Embrace Your Inner Celebrity With Star-Inspired, Customizable Eyewear

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If Tina Fey is one of your idols like us (who couldn't love the brain behind 30 Rock and Mean Girls), here's your chance to take that idolizing to a whole new level with eyewear from DesignYourOwnEyewear.com, a site which specializes in custom-made frames inspired by iconic celebrity four-eyes. If Tina Fey's signature specs aren't your thing, you can also choose from the likes of Johnny Depp, with more celebrities to come in the future. Here's how it works: You upload a picture of yourself or a celebrity look-a-like (hopefully yours will be more flattering than Connie's), then choose from a range of frames, colors, patterns, and lenses that are all customizable. The site will then send you a kit to take the correct measurements at home (including a nose mold, so no more headaches or slippage!). Once they have have all that good stuff, you'll be right on your way to becoming your very own bespectacled style star. All that doesn't come cheap though—each frame will run you a cool $595. But celeb-approved specs that literally are molded to your face are a luxury that we think we nerds deserve. Get playin'!
Want more stylish specs? Check out our roundup of fashion glasses.
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