Clear acetate frames are a great choice for your reading glasses. Transparent frames have a modern aesthetic without being too bold, perfect for settling down at your favorite coffee shop with a good novel.
Women’s Reading Glasses Shapes
The frame shape you choose for your readers makes all the difference to the aesthetic. For some unique reading glasses why not try a bold cat eye with a unique color? If you’re looking for something more subtle, a pair of rimless or oval frames are a great choice.
Other Classy Colors
Black or gray frames are a safe choice for your glasses, while something a little more daring like gold or red will have you stylishly standing out. Tortoise-shell women’s reading glasses are a great balance between sophisticated and bold.
Practical Options for Women’s Reading Glasses
Ideal Frame Materials
Choose acetate or plastic frames for a pair of extra lightweight reading glasses. These materials make your frame comfortable and suitable for long-term wearing. Try a pair of metal frames for some classically stylish readers that’ll stand the test of time.
Customization Options for Your Frames
After picking your frame, you can customize your lenses down to the smallest detail. High index lenses are a great choice from lightweight reading glasses if your prescription is on the stronger side. You could also select light-adjusting transition lenses that dynamically become reading sunglasses on sunny days!
Multifocal or Progressive Women’s Reading Glasses
Multifocal lenses provide vision correction both up-close and far away. This means they can be used as reading glasses and standard prescription eyeglasses. Bifocal lenses have a clear separation between the two prescriptions, while progressive lenses gradually change from top to bottom. Both are great for your women’s reading glasses.
Lightweight frames weigh 15 grams or lighter without the lenses.