glasses - quotes and descriptions to inspire creative writing
The glasses added something to her face, a certain poise I suppose. They did more than frame her eyes, they added an extra window to her soul and I loved that.
The glasses sat neatly upon the open book giving a jaunty wave to the awaiting text below. It was as if they knew how the words longed to jump and sing and waiting upon those pages was the hardest part.
The glasses really brought out his cheekbones somehow. I noticed it. Others did too. It was as if he went from Superman to Clark Kent and we dug him all the more.
When excited, Kurt would nudge his glasses up a little higher on his nose. It was as if he thought those midnight rims ought to sit up and pay attention too. As if he and his glasses were a a team, silently focusing together.
The glasses gave her that big-eyed cute animal look, as if she were the sweetest of anime characters.
The glasses were so ubiquitous that Mac didn't think tracing their sale was even possible. They were on every teenager within a three mile radius whether they needed them or not. Still he leant forwards with a gloved hand and placed them in an evidence bag. Who knows, they might get lucky. Somewhere on the black plastic rims could be an epithelial or a partial print. The lack of lenses was curious and irritating, a prescription lens would have been something to go on.
The lawyer peered at us over horn-rimmed spectacles, I couldn't help but think he was sizing us up by the clothes we wore, as if we were nothing more to him but a couple of walking wallets.
Her glasses were really the making of her face, so much so that even after the laser surgery she continued to wear them with clear lenses. She had several pairs to match her outfits. Some were rectangular, others round, some oversized like bug eyes and others wrapped around like a sci-fi character. Whatever she wore all we saw were her cheekbones, flawless skin and long black hair that would be the envy of any shampoo-ad model.