Swoon Over Fall’s Readers ‘n’ Accessories

Squinting over teeny tiny font is no fun! That’s why reading glasses are an absolute must for anyone who enjoys curling up with an enthralling novel or flipping through an entertaining magazine—heck, they’re even essential for those of you who read non-stop for work! So stop struggling with itty bitty text, and get your hands on a pair of spankin’ new readers or sun readers (if you dig the outdoors)—we’re here to tell you that they’re not only practical, but also super cool. Check out what’s trending in the readers’ realm this fall, especially when it comes to the frames’ colors, shapes and details, below! To boot, there are lotsa hip cases and chains to keep your glasses protected and you lookin’ fashion-forward!

Colors: Timeless black and tortoise, earthy green washes, vibrant pops of aqua, purple, red and orange, ombre and color blocking

Scojo New York (Jones Street), ICU Eyewear (7344), Foster Grant (Channing), ICU Eyewear (7338), David Yurman (DY096), Cinzia Designs (Axiom), Corinne McCormack (Sydney) and Costa C-Mates Sunglass Readers (Fisch)

Shapes: Studious rectangular and rimless profiles, sporty styles, and classic cat-eyes, wayfarers and perfect rounds

Women of Faith (Grace), Visualites (Visualties1), Scojo New York (Baxter Street), Optic Nerve (Emergo), Maui Jim (Ho Okipa), Isaac Mizrahi (IMR5 00) and Hobie Polarized (Rockpile)

Details: Jewel-encrusted temples and frames, unique floral and striped patterns, keyhole bridges and metallic appliques

Vera Bradley (Suzanne), Scojo New York (Walton Street), Cinzia Designs (Twinkle), Judith Leiber (JL1668), Hilco (Tanzania), Jimmy Crystal (JCR115), Cinzia Designs (Refocus) and ICU Eyewear (7345)

Accessories: Whimsical prints and textures, dashes of bold color, basic black and white, textured gold, tufted effects and glam accents

Modern Optical (CS109), Live Eyewear (Tandem), Corinne McCormack (Soho Bright), Astucci (Black Patent Embroidery), Hilco (Antilles), Corinne McCormack (Fall In Central Park EyeRing), Astucci (Gold Lizard) and Jimmy Crystal (Carnival Clutch)