It’s time to put away the shorts and sandals and make room in your closet for scarves, sweaters, and boots. There’s no doubt about it, fall is here.
Show off your favorite reading glasses this season by styling them with some of your favorite fall pieces, from jackets to skirts. Shop the looks below and snag the readers to match!
Scarves are one of our favorite ways to bundle up for fall. What a great way to stay warm, while still accessorizing with your outfit.
Just like a pair of reading glasses, a scarf can pull your look together. Try out a fresh fall pattern (plaid is always a favorite) or stick with a classic solid for a simple yet stylish look.
Featured pair: The Ivy League Bifocal
Finding the perfect fall jacket can be a challenge. You want something that’s versatile, fits well, and embodies your personal style.
From leather looks to military-inspired pieces, there are hundreds of ways to style a fall jacket. Try yours with a pair of retro reading glasses for a look that’s hip, yet polished.
Featured pair: The Brit
While we love a good dress, skirts have made a huge comeback this season. From pleated styles, to fuller midi-length numbers, skirts are a fun, easy way to play dress up.
Pair your favorite fall skirt with a feminine pair of reading glasses. Whether you’re wearing yours with heels or sneakers, this look is bound to turn some heads.
Featured pair: The Liza
Nothing says fall like a pair of fresh leather boots. And if you’re like us, you’ll be wearing them with everything (from t-shirts to dresses) for the next six months.
Choose a pair of chunky reading glasses to match your favorite pair of boots. From ankle-length to knee-highs we love this look that screams “autumn is here”.
Featured pair: The Red Bluff
Now that you’ve got some ideas for how to style your reading glasses, we say: bring on the cool weather. Oh … and the reading glasses.
Disclaimer: All references to “bifocals” herein refer to readers having unmagnified lenses containing a “bifocal style” single powered reading glass insert located in the lower portion of the lenses.