Monday, February 22, 2010

Girls With Glasses Don't Get Passes, Malarkey





10 comments:

Middle Aged Woman said...

Dorothy Parker was usually much wiser than that. Although, glasses used to be much clunkier and uglier than the amazing fashion statements that are available now.

Jack Daniel said...

Hm...does the title of this post mean that girls with glasses aren't pretty and they are refused at the door of nightclubs?

I totally don't agree. :P

drollgirl said...

hey cutie. you look a little bit like the lead singer of the pretenders. and i think she is beautiful. :)

RepublicOfChic said...

Gorgeous glasses! I went to get my prescription ones today and hated everything I saw until I saw the Ray ban Wayfarers and decided to replace the lenses with prescription ones. If the store had the ones you're wearing, life would've been much easier :)

PS. Much admiration all the way from India :)

Joanna Jenkins said...

GREAT Shoes Diane! And the glasses are fab darling!
xo

Don said...

Times have changed. My wife just got new specs today and I love em.

marian said...

i want your shoes!they are adorable! thank you for the amazing comments over fashion week.
big kiss
xx
marian

Green-Eyed Momster said...

Those are the cutest shoes!

Come and get your award, Beautiful!

Loved talking with you tonight.

Big hugs!!

Vic said...

I have an eye appointment tomorrow. I might need to get some frames advice from you. Things are getting blurry!

I like those shoes too!

diane said...

Maw: Maybe she was Not So Deep as a Well, hehe.

JD: Leave it to you to think of niteclubs.

Drolly: Chrissy Hynde. Love her too.

ROC: I think using Wayfarer frames is a stroke of brilliance.

Jo: Vintage Steve Madden. Not the frames, they're from the Dollar Tree.

Don: I bet your wife is really pretty.

Marian: Your amazing posts elicit amazing responses. kisses right back at ya. mwahhh!

Tracey: Award? (blushing)
I loved chatting with you too.

Vic: Just keep trying on frames until you find something that you like. It doesn't hurt to bring a teenager along for advice.