wire-rimmed

wire-rimmed

adj
(Clothing & Fashion) (of spectacles) having thin wirelike metal frames
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Wearing a grey jumper and wire-rimmed spectacles, he spoke only to confirm his personal details.
He has long orange- blonde straight hair and was wearing wire-rimmed reading glasses, a black and red jacket, and green jogging pants, police said.
They were both sporting the same suit and wire-rimmed glasses, and even wore the same mustache and receding hairline.
Olsen says, her well-worn wire-rimmed glasses set beside a half-clrunk glass of whiskey, like a recently retired disguise.
Outfitted in a grey wig, wire-rimmed glasses, and period jacket by Marianne Glittenberg, Finley's Alfonso conjured up a roll on a snare drum with a snap of his fingers, and made a small chorus appear from behind the shrubbery with a wave of his handkerchief.
The film opens in 2001, with the Steve Jobs (Ashton Kutcher) - wire-rimmed glasses, trimmed grey beard, black turtleneck and jeans - presenting the first iPod, the gadget that would revolutionize our music systems.
It is claimed the wire-rimmed glasses were worn by Lennon during the penning of Imagine, probably his most famous post-Beatles song, circa 1970.
In my youth, being trendy meant not wearing a flesh-coloured hearing aid and wire-rimmed spectacles.
Liam, at the prestigious event with fiancee Patsy Kensit, had been tipped to buy Holly Johnson's triptych tribute to the Beatles, which sold for PS4,000, or Yoko Ono's bronze of John Lennon's famous wire-rimmed glasses, which fetched PS9,200.
Reminiscent of John Lennon in his wire-rimmed glasses, the iconic photo of the late Steve Jobs, which appeared everywhere in the weeks after his death in October, was no less stark and no more somber than backlit on a giant pillar at the crossroads of two aisles at the Frankfurt Book Fair in mid-October.
He was wearing wire-rimmed round glasses and a chequered grey shirt with white stripes under his coat.
So I was a little disappointed when she walked onto stage at Pontypridd's Muni Arts Centre in her trademark rose-tinted wire-rimmed glasses and launched into three songs with hardly a word for the audience except for the occasional thank you.