Glasses with thick frames

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  • #605999

    blackhatwannabe
    Participant

    What do you think of the new style-glasses with big thick frames? I dont think its a good look on people.

  • #908336

    OneOfMany
    Member

    New?

  • #908337

    more_2
    Member

    It’s not so new it’s been back in style for more than 2 years now..

  • #908338

    YW Moderator-42
    Moderator

    As long as the glasses hold at least an ounce we can make a l’chaim.

  • #908339

    iced
    Member

    The frames must be totally black for the thick frames to be stylish.

  • #908340

    shnitzy
    Member

    It depends how thin your face is (or vice versa)…some people look pretty good…

  • #908341

    a gerrer chossid went to an optician and asked for plastic glasses. The optician brought him a modern stylish pair with thick plastic frames. The gerrer looks them over and asks “aren’t these rather goyish?” “no,” says the optician, “beleive not one goy walks round wearing glasses like these….”

  • #908343

    oomis
    Member

    I do not like them, and didn’t like them when they were in style the first time around.

  • #908345

    Whiteberry
    Member

    I have glasses with thick frames. They hide the thick lenses.

  • #908346

    2scents
    Participant

    Why is that style is something that keeps on changing.

    If smaller glasses with thin frames are nice, they should stay the style. if Round lenses are in nice, they should stay in style.

    Looks like style and nice have nothing in common, or is that that nice is what is in style?

  • #908347

    farrocks
    Member

    Style is what Paris decrees. It goes in cycles. After a few changes in styles, the old styles come back and are in style again.

    Just wear what you think looks good and disregard styles.

  • #908348

    shnitzy
    Member

    goggles

  • #908349

    Wisey
    Member

    What that means i have to get new clothing and glsses everytime the style changes?

  • #908350

    R.T.
    Member

    Argyle was in style in the mid/late 80’s, went out of style and is back in style.

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