Not everybody feels attractive in a pair of glasses. In fact, most individuals opt for contacts or Lasik surgery instead. However, with the right pair of shades that matches your physique and your personality, you can instantly look famous. Here are five celebrities who made glasses look good and recognizable.
- Cary Grant
This handsome actor isn’t just known for his breakout movie roles but for his good looks as well. When Cary Grant came out as Atticus Finch in the film, To Kill a Mockingbird, he wore a pair of glasses that made him look even more handsome than ever. Not only did this role help to define Mr. Grant as an actor but they made him one of the most handsome men in glasses as well.
- Tina Fey
This comedian can make just about anybody laugh. Whether starring on Saturday Day Night Live or writing a movie like Mean Girls, Tina Fey has a resume that is at least a mile long. And, to top it all off, she isn’t bad looking either. Plus, she is known for sporting a great pair of dark rimmed glasses that make her look extra pretty as well.
- Woody Allen
This quirky actor, writer, and director is famous for not only making and starring in some incredible films but he is famous for wearing his glasses as well. Always spotted wearing a black rimmed pair of semi-round glasses, it’s safe to say that these are part of his signature look.
- John Lennon
This famous Beetle, wouldn’t be nearly as recognizable in photographs without his famous round glasses. Not only are these glasses considered to be some of the most popular style of glasses, they are also considered to be fairly timeless as well.
- Elton John
Elton John wouldn’t be Elton John without his bright colored wardrobe and even brighter colored glasses. Famous in the 1960’s and 70’s for his courageous musical talent and his bright colored appearance, it’s safe to say that Elton John can make just about any pair of glasses look cool.
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