As we are now in September it is time to think about our Autumn/Winter wardrobes. For me it is time to think about rotating my wardrobe from summer to winter and it is always a nightmare because winter clothes are bulkier and just bigger in general so they take up more space in draws, wardrobes, everything. Sometimes I do just wish I live in a place where it is sunny all the time so I only have to deal with one type of attire all year round. Imagine if you only had to deal with summer clothes which are smaller, thinner and more space saving in general- think of ALL the space you could save for more clothes! Now, that is a dream (by the way husband if you are reading this, yes! it is a hint I need a bigger walk-in wardrobe. You married a fashion girl so deal with it! Hehe.)
Anyway enough of clothes, if you are not a massive clothes fan but a massive specs fashionista then listen up. If you don’t want to spend a lot of money on clothes because they do get a tad expensive then the easiest way for us specs wearers is to update our glasses colour. Alternatively if you are a massive fashion fan then wearing the most up to date colour trends will also work especially if you clash em. Last week at the Specsavers pre fashion week event the high street giant suggested for Autumn/Winter 2014 the two trends you need to know are “natural” meaning earthy colours (green is huge!) and cosmic colours (meaning bright tones).
Not everyone will dare to wear bright tones of course so the safer option is probably to go with the earthly colour trend. It doesn’t have to be green but green is the biggest. Other alternatives would be a light brownish colour, cream or sky blue so there is quite a few different options. To own a pair brownish colour frames is probably quite a safe colour to have if you are not too adventurous and want something to last more then just one season. However, if you have blonde hair then be careful you pick the right tone of brown as some can drain your complexion.
Cosmic bright probably feels more daunting to wear for most people because I totally understand that not many people like bright frames like I do but they would be a statement piece so they could work well for an evening look. With cosmic bright it could work with all hair colours, skin tones and definitely will work best with a tan. If you can’t decide then take advantage of Specsavers buy two for one deal and you get to have the best of both worlds 😉