Erin Andrews' New Glasses Not a Flattering Look
For starters let me say that Erin Andrews is a beautiful woman who has done a great job in her career. She is adored by a vast majority of male viewers who tune into Fox’s college football pregame show every week.
Now normally she’s on the top of her game when it comes to fashion; however, Saturday’s look with the trendy hipster glasses does not suit her very well.
Now I get it. Beauty and fashion opinions can be swayed from one person to another. Just by doing one search on Twitter for “Erin Andrews glasses” and you’ll see a back-and-forth of people who love and hate the look.
In fact, Andrews herself responded to one person on Twitter who questioned Saturday’s look by tweeting this:
If that’s the case, her needing the glasses because she’d be blind without them, then I fully understand.
I don’t wear contacts, but my wife does. Sometimes she’ll fall asleep with them in, or they’ll go bad resulting in her having to wear her glasses for the day.
However, this isn’t the first time that Andrews has broken out the glasses look.
As you can see in the video, just two weeks ago Andrews was on camera with this look.
Now, seeing that video raises some questions like:
Did she have to break out her glasses two weeks ago because of a contacts issue like she may have had to Saturday?
Does Fox have a bad vision plan that makes it hard for her to order new contacts?
Or is she trying to start a hipster/journalist/reporter look that may become her calling card later on in her career?
If the answer to the above question is that she is in fact trying to break out a new look, then I commend her for doing so. It’s not easy to be a trendsetter, especially when you have the fashion police out there critiquing the new look.
Like I did in this piece.
The look may work for some of you out there. However, for me, she should stick to the contacts because the glasses just don’t work for her.
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