Accessories and men is a sensitive issue. With the exception of men's glasses, because they primarily solve a sight problem. If you look closely you can quickly see that some men balance their whole appearance on their nose. Which then raises the question of personality, which can be read from the glasses. Much more important than the colour of the suit or the eyes, is whether one wants to be serious or funky? Serious goes for simple frames in muted colours such as black, brown or dark green. Funky chooses multi-coloured frames with eye-catching details. When a man's glasses do not fit his personality, it is quickly obvious. Caution is advised with pops of colour, patterns and extravagant shapes. A man can quickly get tired of his glasses, and so can his colleagues. Unlike a shirt that can be changed every day, glasses are often around for many years.
When a man wants to be taken seriously in his job, gestures and facial expressions are particularly in demand. Eye contact is often crucial. In these moments a man's glasses should not distract. They should underline, highlight and emphasise the person’s individuality. When it comes to style, men can be strange. The right glasses can give the perfect finishing touch. If you have more than one look, the glasses can be switched around. Mister Spex has the right glasses for every style. Those who prefer understated style can choose titanium, metal or plastic frameless styles. Full and half-rim models offer a wide choice of shapes, in every colour. Popular brands such as Bruno Banani, Calvin Klein, D & G, Ed Hardy, Emporio Armani, Karl Lagerfeld, Ralph Lauren, Tommy Hilfiger and Just Cavalli speak for themselves. All, of course, with popular nerd, panto and aviator styles in the range.