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Celebrities are no stranger to style from head to toe. They have mastered the art of curating their own signature looks and know how to turn heads. Their eyewear choices are no exception. Through the decades, there have been style icons of all stripes who have inspired us to go a little bolder with our frames. Here’s how to get their looks:
You know him as both Edward Scissorhands and Jack Sparrow on the big screen. This Hollywood heartthrob is a big fan of horn-rimmed glasses. This look will best flatter an oval face.
Another famous John, the late Beatles member’s metal-framed glasses became synonymous with his hippie vibe and have stood the test of time. Round frames flatter people with square-shaped faces.
Timberlake is a bit of a style chameleon and has been seeing round, oversized and pilot style frames over the years. His square face shape means he can pull off almost any look.
Writer and actress Tina Fey is often seen in her signature dark frames. You can capture her style by opting for a classic “cat eye” shape.
You likely first discovered her on “Friends.” Her style has evolved a great deal since the 1990s, but she has a classic elegance. These days, she can be spotted in soft brown tortoiseshell frames. And the good news is this look would flatter nearly anyone!
The pop star has been spotted wearing dark, oversized frames as well as multi-colored tortoiseshell frames. Why pick only one look when you can have some fun with multiple pairs?
This “Hey Girl” hottie has made women of all ages swoon with his blue eyes and round-eye frames. Lately he’s been seen in both bold black frames and tortoiseshell specs.
The actress and sex symbol was known for a timeless and sophisticated style. For a retro yet on-trend look, try out a cat-eye design.
Trends may come and go, but don’t forget that the best accessory of all is the right prescription! Visit your Midwest Eye Consultants doctor regularly to have your eyes examined. In between examinations, if you notice a change in or are concerned about your eyesight, know that we are just a phone call away.