Welcome to the second part of the blog series, Types of spectacle frames. Having already provided an introduction earlier, in the previous blog, let us jump into this, without further ado.
These hexagonal-shaped spectacle frames instantly capture the spotlight with a look that always stands out from the crowd. These spectacle frames will make a style statement that is distinctive of those who are never afraid to travel the road not taken.
DOUBLE BRIDGE FRAMES
A bridge is the center of the frame that sits on the nose and joins together the rims of the spectacles. Arching up over the nose and between the lenses, it is so designed to support the majority of the glasses’ weight. A bridge thus aids in determining the fit of the glasses. Double bridge frames are traditional frames that come with a second bar on the top, hence doubling up on the sturdy factor.
Acetate frames are made by utilizing a technique that converts plant material into durable plastic. Modern-day acetate frames are strong, lightweight, and flexible. These spectacle frames are capable of retaining the color over time and prolonged use, thanks to the colours being embedded in the material rather than simply being sprayed. This technique also prevents the peeling of colours. By deploying unique aging stabilizers, they further prevent fading or discoloration.
The appeal of metal frames is that they subtly highlight the face without making any hoopla. These spectacle frames come across as striking but not at the cost of being aggressive. With silicone nose pads that allow for easy adjustment, these boys boast of versatility.
With shades of caramel and honey glow tones, these frames ace the unassuming look. These spectacle frames are adept at balancing any look, thanks to their neutral style.
DUAL TONED FRAMES
A stylized mix of colours that accentuate each other well, these spectacle frames render a sporty look. Casual, convincing and a mixed bag of breezy, you can always rely on these frames to be a great match for your everyday wear.
Grayscale frames have been around for many years. But in recent times these Spectacle frames are slowly gaining extreme popularity since they neither dominate your face nor hide your face and its beautiful features.