Gone are the days when ‘geek chic’ meant unflattering frames and thick, coke-bottle lenses that made the wearer’s eyes look distorted. These days – the possibilities are endless!
Nerd glasses are usually characterised by thicker and chunkier frames in an angular shape. However, many modern eyewear retailers offer a lot of variations and options for you to rock this style, your way.
- Retro style chunky square frames
- Those retro browline glasses that your dad used to sport
- Classic black and neutral shades
- Funky and bold shades
- Patterns such as tortoiseshell
- Circular metallic frames
Nerd glasses for all faces
At Mouqy, we stock nerd glasses in a huge range of shapes and designs. This means you’ll easily be able to find the perfect pair to match your unique face shape and style preferences. Whether you prefer metal glasses, acetate, or plastic nerd glasses – just take your pick.
This style looks great on both men and women. If you’re not sure if a pair will suit you, you can also use our Virtual Try On feature to see what our nerd frames will look like on your face, in real-time.
Even if you don’t require prescription glasses, you can still rock our nerd glasses as a fashion accessory by clicking the ‘plano’ lens option when you check out.
No more thick and bulgy lenses
At Mouqy, we offer high-index lens options for most of our frames. This is perfect for folks who require stronger prescriptions. In the past, a strong prescription would require thick lenses that can be unflattering. With high-index lenses, you can now opt for a thinner lens that won’t distort your eyes or create a coke-bottle effect.
Why we love nerd glasses
Some people say that glasses make you look smarter. Whether or not that’s true – we definitely love nerd glasses for their quirky and intellectual appeal. They’re the perfect blend of brains and beauty thanks to the way they frame the face and create a smolderingly sexy appeal. It’s no wonder they’re a popular choice for students, professionals and creative folk!
So go on – take a page out of the style books of Clark Kent and Arthur Miller.