Face Shape & Fit Guide

Your face matters. Your fit matters. We considers the shape of your face when choosing the perfect eyewear. We have created the Face Shape and Fit Guide to help educate and suggest what might fit best. Let the Face Shape and Fit Guide assist you in finding the perfect pair that best represents your style, personality, and life.

 

GUIDE TO FRAMES

ROUND

OVAL

SQUARE

 

Rectangular frames provide immediate structure and polish to round features.

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Any shape, although it is recommended that the frames are at least as wide as your face is at its widest point.

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Rounded, strictly curved frames; your face has already has a strong structure, so sharp, angular sunglasses might look too hard.

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OBLONG

HEART

TRIANGLE

Square, tall lenses offset the length of your face.

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To contour your checks and chin, chose a pair of wider top than the bottom

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Try the eyewear mullet: a pair with detail on top and a lean base draws focus from a strong jaw.

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UNDERSTANDING FRAMES SIZE

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Frame measurements are important to keep in mind if you are wanting a precise fit. Thanks to a standard system of measurements, it is fairly easy to pinpoint a size that works for you.
Lens or eye width, bridge size, and temple length are the three main measurements to figure. They are measured in millimeters.

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 EYE

BRIDGE

TEMPLE

40 - 62 mm

14 - 25 mm

120 - 150 mm

This measurement determines the horizontal length of one lens. The range is 40-62mm. Average size 49-51mm. For sunglasses, bump your average up by at least two millimeters to accommodate for oversized frames. The bridge measurement is the distance between the two lenses. Range is 14-24mm. Average size is 18-21mm. If you have a small bridge, stick with a frame below 20mm. Keep in mind that a frame with nose pads is adjustable and will guarantee a better fit. The temple length is simply the length of the two arms that extend to the ears and support the frame. Specific temple lengths should only be considered if you know that your ears are placed closer or farther from your nose beyond what is noted as average. Range is 120-150mm. Average adult size is 145-148mm.