Funny-inspired readers: Tina Fey

In continuing with the celebrity-inspired theme of the week, who better to use for women’s reading glasses fashion than comedienne extraordinaire, Tina Fey?

Tina Fey, looking fabulous.

There’s nothing funny about trying to find the perfect pair of readers, especially if you are a first time eyeglasses-needer.  Luckily, look Fey rocks is smart and sassy, classic and modern without being obnoxious.

I think Fey would especially be a fan of anything by Eyebobs, especially considering their “irreverent and slightly jaded” way of thinking.  Seems like those would be right up her alley, and Left Brain would be her frame of choice.

Left Brain by Eyebobs in Tortoise

Generally sticking with wide, narrow frames, Fey still experiments with a number of different shapes.  Concord St by Scojo have a great rounded shape that almost flirt with the inference of a cat-eye look.

Concord St by Scojo in Red Gray Lattice

Minx by Seeqa are another great option.  Check out the subtle upward moving line of the bottom of the frames – that tiny little detail instantly gives your whole face a lift!

Minx by Seeqa in Tortoise and Violet

Now that you have a feel for the styles that Fey rocks, take that and get a little gutsy! Performers have to take chances to stay memorable and this is your chance to stand out.  Take these same shapes and start playing with the idea of color, patterns or a little bling.  Carolyn by Amy Sacks have a great, classic shape and come in some fun, flirty colors.

Carolyn by Amy Sacks in Blush

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I am a visual fashionista with a special focus on reading glasses. The power of saucy eyewear shouldn't be underestimated. I work for www.readinstyle.com, which connects any reading glasses fanatic to a wonderful world of eyewear.
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