Jenny McCarthy Talks All Things Readers
Nobody likes struggling to see that teeny tiny font, including Jenny McCarthy! The popular TV personality, author, comedian and actress recently appeared on a satellite media tour (SMT) for the Eyecessorize campaign focusing on the fashionable aspects of readers! According to Jenny, reading glasses and sun readers (for those who frequent the outdoors) are beyond essential for those who find themselves squinting over any kind of text, whether it’s in print or on a screen. But you don’t have to sacrifice style to see clearly. Jenny flaunted her fave frames from some of the top brands that are currently trending for fall for guys and gals alike, and encouraged viewers to start a collection of readers – having multiple pairs will not only help switch up your look, but also allow you to stash ‘em in multiple spots so they’ll be on-hand whenever a reading opportunity arises. Take a looksie at the frames Jenny shared below, and find out how to snag them for yourself on Eyecessorize.com.
From Scojo New York: Quintessential tortoise and horn colorations, matte and translucent effects, keyhole bridges and color-blocked temples make these dapper specs total must-haves.
From eyebobs: A slew of alluring hues – think playful fuchsia, crystal clear, elegant emerald and amber orange – brings vibrant flair to these fashion-forward frames.
From Corinne McCormack: It’s all about the details when it comes to these lovely glasses – just check out their lace inlays, layered effects, subtle prints and delicate metallic temple accents.
From I Heart Eyewear: From pastel pigments, to earthy neutrals, to cheerful brights, these readers offer up a diverse palette that’s appealing to just about everyone!
From ICU Eyewear: These frames’ faux wood materials and ombré finishes, not to mention wearable washes and silhouettes, will surely draw attention to your peepers.
From Cinzia Designs: Innovative cat-eye and statement round shapes collide with traditional rectangular and aviator profiles for a mix of classic and modern styling.