It seems like every year someone asks us about lopsided eyewear. Eyewear that is uneven, oppositional and of course unique. Over the years and starting with Annette Funicello back in the 1960’s the Lopsided Look has proven to be a look that wears well through the decades.

Taking a peek at the look through the ages, you can probably find some of these rare abstract looks at vintage eyewear sites.

The look in the 1960’s was a square shape on one side opposite a round shape.

 1967 shop display of Spec-Trim Sunglasses featuring Annette Funicello.

Featuring Twiggy 1960’s

RVS’s sunwear look was an extra chunky top bar look.

RVS Annette

Others chose to go the route of unique lens shapes ie hearts and stars or lens colorations.

Giambattista Valli SS16

Marco de Vincenzo Fall 2015

As seen on the runway another square-round number.

Nozomi Ishiguro Tambori in 2012

Or an Oval-Round look by Hoet in leather.

Hoet 2014

Then again lens shapes do matter.

Leandro Manuel Emede in 2010

General Optical Vintage

General Optical Vintage

General Optical Vintage

2010 ic!berlin

Niche Optics with style TwoFace


Niche Optics- Two Face

J.F. Rey- Paradise

Spex Wax RSquared

XIT Eyewear