Predicting future fashion trends is hard. There are all kinds of things to take into consideration when planning your wardrobe for the season ahead. Colors, patterns, cuts and type of clothing. The list is endless, and that’s just for the actual clothes, without even thinking about accessories. What type of purses, scarves, jewelry or hats will be in trend next month? If you struggle to keep up with the fashion world and the constant changes, there is one thing you can rely on that will always work. Simplicity. Why do you think the LBD has never gone out of fashion?
Leading a busy life could mean that you don’t always have the time to regularly check up on the style updates, so simple might just be the way forward. A crisp, white shirt matched with a black pencil skirt still creates a killer work outfit, and a t-shirt, jeans and boots ooze stylish casual.
However, it’s all good having these wardrobe essentials that will last for years to come, but what do those of you who need glasses do? Glasses can seriously affect the style of an outfit, due to the frame and shape. Unfortunately, you can’t just keep the same pair for a long time because your eye health depends on your glasses and your prescription could always change. In which case, that means deciding on new frames and a new shape every time this happens and making sure they will be in fashion. What if you then see clothes you really like, but wouldn’t go with your glasses? The stress is just too much. To avoid such dilemmas, there happens to be an alternative to glasses. The answer: contact lenses.
If you’ve thought about getting lenses in the past, but haven’t because you must keep buying them, or think they’re more expensive, then this is where you’re wrong. First off, there’s no need to worry about style, as contacts are invisible. As we live in the modern world, there are plenty of popular contact lenses out there to suit your vision needs.
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With the ability to buy cheap contact lenses online now too, the process is not stressful, and if you decided that they become your new alternative to glasses, monthly contact lenses can be arranged and even sent regularly, on subscription.
Having already mentioned the ease of not having to match your frames to your fashion, this really enables you to love your eyes. You could wear colors that emphasize your eyes, and experiment with bold makeup looks. If you having an awesome outfit day and feel the need to post your fashion success on social media, contacts are also a lifesaver, as there is none of the fuss spent sorting out camera settings to avoid the dreaded glasses reflection. Interestingly, glasses are also an issue for those behind the camera – photographers.
Last, but not least, there comes the topic of sunglasses. With prescription glasses, you then have to splash out on a pair of prescription sunglasses, even though you may simply be after a pair of classic Ray-Bans. Lenses mean that you can get a pair of simple, timeless sunglasses, without the prescription price tag. Just sheer style.
As you can no doubt tell by now, it’s fair to say that contact lenses open up your fashion world, by keeping things a little bit more simple. After all, less is more.