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1. Take a credit/debit card
This is the approximate width of medium eyeglasses. ~95% of our customers find a medium size frame to be the best fit.
2. Stand in front of a mirror
Place one tip of the card on the center of your nose and touch the other towards the edge of the eye.
If the card extends beyond the corner of the eye you should take glasses with small lens width
If the card roughly touches the corner of the eye you should take glasses with medium lens width
If the card does not reach the corner of the eye you should take glasses with large lens width
If you already have a pair of eyeglasses you can easily found the size of the frame by looking on the inside of the temples.
Lens width and Frame size
50 - 55mm
A heart face is widest at the forehead, then gradually thins all the way to chin. Best suited to a wider frame to balance out the face. We suggest trying out the
Brooklyn, Murray, or
An oval face is quite balanced, with high cheekbones that curve down to a softly rounded jawline. Luckily suited to all frame styles. Take a look at the
Astoria, or Harlem frames.
A round face is characterized by rounded cheeks and chin. We suggest going for rectangular glasses to balance curved facial angles with sharp features. Try
Murray or Tribeca frames.
A square face's height is almost matched by its width. We suggest going for a softer, rounder frame to contrast your angular features. Take a look at the
Brooklyn, Astoria, or
When selecting frames, pick glasses that compliment your hair color, eye color, and personal style.
Make sure to coordinate your frame size with your face width (for smaller face try smaller frames)
As a rule of thumb, frames opposite your face shape tend to highlight your features much better.
Follow these guidelines for eyeglasses and sunglasses, but for sunwear you can go for a more oversized style.
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