“They are vintage… don’t you just love them? I figured if I had to wear glasses, I might as well wear frames with personality!”
to 10px; WIDTH: 220px; CURSOR: hand; HEIGHT: 69px; TEXT-ALIGN: center” alt=”” src=”http://3.bp.blogspot.com/_kcTb8DnPVW4/S22iljFpd2I/AAAAAAAAEIw/BwWSaO2Lcrk/s400/AVEDA%2520Logo.jpg” border=”0″ />Often in flea markets I see these massive piles of frames, with or without lenses, and it wasn’t until Katia’s revelation that I had considered the possibility of wearing vintage frames. I only wish I would have had the fore-sight to have snapped a photo on my phone so I could share her cute look on The Diva blog! I have vintage coats, hats, gloves, dresses, purses and sweaters – not to mention oodles and oodles of vintage paste jewelry, so why not wear vintage spectacles too?
Next time you’re at a flea market and see a basket blooming with frames why don’t you take a gander and see if you can find a pair that you could bring your ophthalmologist to fit with new lenses!? And by the way, doing so might just save you a bundle – most of the frames in this pot were marked around 2 – 5 Euro!
If you want to save money & create your own one-of-kind style, going vintage is the way to go! Of course – I think my husband, The Wine Guy, and I are taking the “vintage spectacle thing” a tad too far….
The Antiques Diva™
P.S. Stay tuned to “The Better To See You With, Part Deux” later this week….