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Benefits of Rimless and Semi-Rimless Frames

Browline glasses are a semi-rimless frame style — this means the bottom of the lens isn’t covered by the frame. This minimalist design makes the frame lighter than standard styles. The best thing about browline eyeglasses is their sophisticated style, so make use of our virtual Try On feature. See how you look in a frame before you buy, and discover if this style is for you.

FAQ

What are Browline Glasses?

The clue’s in the name! Browline glasses — also known as the clubmaster — feature an eyebrow design where the top part of the frame is thicker than the bottom for an unmistakably defined look. The top of the glasses is usually made of acetate or plastic and the bottom is a thinner construction to support the lens. The first browline eyeglasses were customizable which made them a hit as people could express their personal style and creativity through their eyewear. Check out our selection of semi-rimless frames and find your favorite.

Are Browline Glasses in Style?

Browline glasses are one of the most iconic eyewear styles and their neat retro nature means they’re always on trend. Whether it’s a sharp professional style you’re going for with office attire or a casual laid back look for the weekend — browline glasses are a smart choice for eyewear enthusiasts everywhere. This elegant silhouette is sure to add a touch of class to your image and keep you on top of your style game no matter the season.

Do Browline Glasses Make You Look Younger?

They sure can! It all depends on how you rock ‘em, your hair color, and the rest of your overall look As you get older, there’s more chance of needing glasses to correct your vision and your frame becomes an essential accessory. If it can bring out your youthful side, then even better! There are endless possibilities when it comes to browline glasses such as a bold black pair if your hair’s gone silver-gray, try a timeless look like a tortoise frame. Give ‘em a try and see what works!

When Were Browline Glasses Invented?

Browline glasses were invented in the 1940s and have been a staple of eyewear fashion ever since. They became more popular in the ‘50s and ‘60s and with so many celebrities and high-profile icons opting for the look over the years, it’s a style that’s kept on getting better. Browline were the go-to glasses for people like activist Malcolm X and American football coach Vince Lombardi, and the unmistakable design is also a popular choice today.

How Do You Style Browline Glasses?

Browline glasses are smart and trendy and work just as well with a shirt and tie as they do with a casual look like jeans and a t-shirt. The unmistakable style is a little more formal than other silhouettes like aviators but they can still be paired with a leisurely look for a contrasting vibe. Try adding sunglass lenses to your browline glasses for an extra stylish look on bright days out in the sun.