27 thoughts on “What are the currently trending style of glass frames, both in fashion and among normies? >transparent frames

      • Anonymous says:

        It’s truly the ultimate mog. Rimless glasses mog all other glasses and Buffs mog all other rimless. And when you mog on top of a mog, it’s not additive, it’s not strictly multiplicitive, it’s exponential. Normies will never be able to reach such heights.

    • Anonymous says:

      Thanks, I’ll be mogging everyone else at the island

      It’s truly the ultimate mog. Rimless glasses mog all other glasses and Buffs mog all other rimless. And when you mog on top of a mog, it’s not additive, it’s not strictly multiplicitive, it’s exponential. Normies will never be able to reach such heights.

      can someone please make me a chud with him wearing cartier buffalo horn glasses?

      i can’t believe they cost three thousand dollars.

  1. Anonymous says:

    What would be good glasses for a face with lots of sharper features? My mom screwed up my face pushing me out of her crankhole

  2. Anonymous says:

    Rimless tinted are what’s trending. I just bought some Chrome Hearts (pic relateD) which are hecking sick. Thinking of getting some Cartiers next.

    • Anonymous says:

      A day late and a dollar short. That style is about a decade old now. They’ll work but for that price you could have gotten entry level cartier glasses which are just staring to become in vogue and will have a timeless look to them regardless.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Thin metal frames don’t seem to be going anywhere. The sizes are getting less ridiculous and they’re looking very wearable now.
    I’d get these if I hadn’t got a new pair of C&G just last year.

      • Anonymous says:

        Is eyebuydirect good for trying out new styles cheaply?
        Rectanglecel here, Been wanting to get a new pair in a bold new style but I’d rather spend 50 bucks a pair on an online storefront and just keep them if I like them, rather than hecking around at the optometrist

        • Anonymous says:

          Yeah they’re fine. Ive been buying my glasses from eyebuydirect and zenni for a few years now. They’re not as sturdy as the $150+ glasses from the optometrist but they’re good enough and cheap enough to change up your style.

        • Anonymous says:

          yup this is a good approach. some of the glasses there are great because they are minimalist. you can also return if it doesn’t work out.

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