aviator glasses

aviator glasses

pl.n.
Eyeglasses having a lightweight metal frame and oval lenses that narrow toward the bridge of the nose.
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a′viator glass`es


n.
eyeglasses with metal frames, and often tinted lenses, contoured to suggest goggles.
[1965–70]
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There is minimal damage, though game over for now," she captioned a picture of herself smiling in aviator glasses. "Looking forward to the next attempt of ludicrous speed."
The trailer then moves seamlessly to a rousing montage where the action star puts on his leather jacket, aviator glasses and rides his high-powered Kawasaki Ninja H2R motorcycle.
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In the photo, the two personalities are seen flashing big smiles to the camera while rocking aviator glasses. Gunvalson captioned her post: "Happy birthday @shannonbeador!
Preference may be toward gold rim Aviator glasses because it covers more of the eyes.
When they met,"I was a conundrum, a pile of insecurities about not being Black enough or pretty enough or anything enough: too light to be dark and too dark to be light," she writes."In those days, colour counted, and I had my thick but fine hair whipped up into an Afro and wore aviator glasses in the style of Angela Davis.
Beware deep frames that dig into your high cheekbones, and avoid styles that are thicker or detailed at the top, such as aviator glasses. Square: Rounded frames are good for your face shape.
The deacon had a gray mustache and dark hair, aviator glasses with a brown tint.
With his trademark shaggy dark hair and aviator glasses, there has been no dimming of Lynne's vocal and instrumental power, nor of his skill and enthusiasm.
The yellowy-white shirt looks worn out, the retro aviator glasses need an upgrade, and he's probably had that striped tie since the '70s.