Wondering what kind of frames is best for your face? With our guide you will find the answer.
There's no one perfect eyewear for every face type. Here are five basic face shapes with a lot of in between. Mix it up with the different styles we have, and it's a lot of different combinations. So to help you out, we've come up with some useful tips for you when shopping.
This face shape often referred to as all-match style that allows you to obtain almost any kind of frames, especially oversized and wide frames. Square, tortoise, and rectangular give play to unlimited possible, so our suggestion is to keep away from narrow frames and frames with heavy design elements, which they might add a bit of unnecessary length to your oval face.
Our suggestions: Rectangle, Oval, Square, Round, Wayfarer, and Horn
This face shape often giving strong feeling to us. In proportion, the widest part of the square face is the chin and forehead, so select suitable curves to soften the outline of face is seems to be sensible, also, a bright metal frame is playing a positive role to take the edge off angular features. Choose a round, rather than angular frame, and rimless and semi-rimless frames are good styles.
Our suggestions: Oval, Round, and Wayfarer
This face shape is considered to be one of the most stylish face shapes, base-up-triangle faces are widest at the forehead, with a narrow chin. So, in order to look your best and fashionable, steer clear of bottom-heavy frames and oversize frames, and exaggerated design frames. The goal is to attract attention to the top of the face. Supposing to soften edges and corners, a rimless style is especially flattering.
Our suggestions: Rectangle, Oval, and Wayfarer
This face shape is so special and rare than even you know. The distinctive face shape normally means that your cheeks are in harmony with your chin. To elongate your face, try an edgy and angular frame that will increase balance for good looking.
Our suggestions: Wayfarer and Horn
This face shape is relative proportion of the width and length, and is better suited for wearing angular glasses to add some extra definition and depth. Full-rim and semi-rimless frames are good choices to consider.