Celebrities Eyewear trends at the Golden Globe Awards
Red carpet moments at the Golden Globe are always filled with fashion trends for clothing, accessories and ofcourse eyewear glasses. This year, the Golden Globe Awards were particularly filled with the latest eyewear fashion being worn by celebrities and movie stars that included exquisite stylish frames as a fashion statement.
These stylish frames at the 2014 Golden Globes are a delicious treat for the fashion enthusiasts. The celebrities included Johnny Depp, Don Cheadle, Michal Fassbender and many more.
So here are our top picks for the “Best Eyewear Fashion” at the Golden Globe Awards show. In our view, these frames would surely make you stand out from the rest as they have been adopted by celebrities as a fashion statement.
You can see Meryl Streep wearing the famous Cat-Eye frames having the funky vintage retro look to match it up with glamour. You can simply go meoooowwww over these stylish frames at Goggles4u.
Johnny Depp with his blond look and attitude smile, he surely looks dashing with the vintage nerdy frames which are thick round wayfarer eyeglasses that are certainly old school style. These eyeglasses are the new rebel style in the eyewear fashion. Check out these style frames at Goggles4u.
Don Cheadle is charming as ever in the classy wayfarer frame style. Seems like the wayfarers are here to rule by having the intellectual geeky look that is actually becoming quite fashionable in fashion trends. Have a look at these few best designs for wayfarer frames.
Following in the eyewear fashion are not just celebrities or actors; they also include Directors such as Steve McQueen who is wearing large retro eyeglasses for his intellectual personality. He also won the Golden Globe for "12 Years a Slave”
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Other celebrities who were spotted wearing stylish frames were Christoph Waltz with his rectangular acetate frames, Martin Scorsese with Maroon Wayfarers and Robert Redfort with round frames.