As you get older, there is higher probability that you will develop lens problems such as short sightedness and long sightedness together. This means that you will not be able to see things far away clearly, as well as objects that are near to you. You will have to resort to wearing bifocal glasses, which have two lenses in one, to look far away when you look up, and near when you look down.
The first tip I have for you is not to get a pair of bifocal glasses, but rather get progressive glasses instead. Progressive glasses do not have two distinctive lenses seen in the lenses, but rather the transition between the two lenses are smooth, so others will not be able to see the two distinct lenses, but rather as one piece of lens. So this really can hide your age from others!
The second tip I have for you is to go for a more youthful frame, or a more professional looking one. You do not have to get one that looks like the one your parents used decades ago. There are more choices nowadays, ranging from aluminum lenses to titanium ones, which certainly look more professional and cool. The third tip is to select a different color other than the usual bland, black frames.
My advice is to totally get rid of your eye wear altogether. I now have perfect vision in my right eye and near perfect in my left. I have searched for natural ways to improve my vision, and have found one that actually works for me. Do check out the scientifically proven, natural and easy way to improve your vision, without burning a hole in your pocket.