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27 Bridal Looks With Glasses And Pros And Cons
To wear glasses or not to wear glasses—that is the question. If you’re a to-be-wed who doesn’t have 20/20 vision, and you don’t love putting in contacts every morning, you’ve probably weighed this dilemma already. We’re here to break down the pros and cons of wearing glasses on your wedding day, below.
They’ll make a fabulous accessory. Take your glasses with you dress shopping to make sure they complement your gown. If you have multiple pairs to choose from, go for one that most closely matches the feel of your wedding (for instance, thicker frames for a retro or vintage vibe). Like any accessory, glasses can add the perfect final touch to an outfit.
If you wear your glasses every day, then it should be a no-brainer to keep them on during your wedding. Your nuptials are just an extra-special opportunity for you to dress up like the best version of yourself, and we always encourage brides and grooms to embrace their personal styles while wedding planning. Additionally, we guarantee your guests will be thrilled to see you look like you—cute glasses and all.
You’ll be comfortable. Contacts aren’t for everyone. They can dry out, itch, cause all sorts of discomfort—and with your glasses on, you won’t have to worry about any of that. Especially given the fact that you’ll likely be out and about for the entire day, knowing you won’t have to worry about your lenses, solution or any contact-related issues is pretty key.
a beautiful and romantic A-line wedding dress with gold floral lace appliques, lace straps, square glasses in a black frame
a beautiful cat-eye clear frame is a very girlish idea that won't draw much attention to itself, very cool and fresh idea
a boho bridal look with a lace A-line wedding dress with thick straps, a deep neckline and round glasses in a black frame
a bold and chic bridal look with white and black framed eyeglasses, a bold red lip and tattoos on display
a bright look with a catchy wedding dress with a lilac embellished bodice, bold eyeglasses with a turtoise shell and turquoise frame
a catchy black and clear eyeglass frame is a lovely idea for a modern bride, it will accent your face but no too much
a catchy black cat eye frame is a chic idea for a modern bride, black touches will be a nice accent for the face
a chic bride wearing eyeglasses with a clear frame that doesn't distract attention from either her face or her accessories
a cute bridal look with turtoise shell eyeglasses and a pretty floral crown is a very lovely combo to rock
They might cause reflections. This is something to think about in advance. To avoid getting your wedding photos back and realizing you can’t see your actual eyes in them due to the glare, take lots of practice photos (perhaps during your engagement shoot or in a prewedding meeting with your photographer) with the pair you plan on wearing, just to make sure.
They might get in the way of your first kiss. Just saying—glasses can cause a serious roadblock during PDA moments. Of course, you can make sure your kiss is choreographed to avoid any awkward collisions.
You’ll be bespectacled in your wedding photos forever. It’s not necessarily a con as much as it is just something to consider. Your wedding is one day, but your wedding photos are forever. Make sure you’re not going to regret having your glasses on in every photo from one of the most important days of your life.
a gorgeous romantic lace A-line wedding dress, a gold sash and a high neckline black classic square glasses in a turtoise shell frame
a lovely bridal look with a chic lace wedding dress with a covered deep neckline, short sleeves and eyeglasses in a blush frame
a nude frame here is a great solution not to distract attention from the bride's red lip and statement earrings
a nude frame is a perfect idea for a big day - it won't distract attention from your face or look much
a refined bridal look with a lace wedding ballgown, statement earrings and a tiara plus clear and white framed eyeglasses
a romantic bridal look with a blush strapless wedding dress, bold bride's tattoos shown off, delicate nude glasses and chic earrings
a romantic bridal look with a lace top with short sleeves, a wavy half updo and black round glasses
a romantic bridal look with a strapless lace wedding dress, a messy fishtail braid and stylish square glasses with a brown frame
a romantic bridal look with an A-line celestial wedding dress with a deep neckline, thick straps and statement black framed eyeglasses
a statement black and nude frame will accent your face and your eyes for sure, it will be a catchy accessory
a statement ombre black to red frame like this one is a bold accent in the bridal look and it can make it more personalized
a statement turtoise shell frame is a bold solution for a bridal look and it will catch an eye for sure
a trendy bridal look with a separate - a lace off the shoulder top and a plain skirt, statement earrings and glasses in a clear frame