Fit Guide - old

4 SIMPLE STEPS TO FIND YOUR PERFECT FRAME

IDENTIFY
YOU FACE SHAPE

CHOOSE A
RECOMMENDED FRAME
BASED ON FACE SHAPE

DETERMINE
YOUR GLASSES FIT

PLACE YOUR ORDER &
YOUR GLASSES WILL BE
ON YOUR WAY

WHICH ONE IS MY FACE SHAPE?

Not sure about your face shape? Don't worry - here are some tips to help you out.
Every face shape is uniquely different but they can be grouped
into the following categories:-

HIGH NOSE BRIDGE

Your nose sits higher on your face(shorten nose).
Glasses with a bridge that is closer to the top of the frame
suit you best. Go for high bridge size.

HIGH NOSE BRIDGE

The bridge of your nose is about the level of your
eye pupil or lower on your face (longer nose). You should
choose a frame with elevated nose pads.
Go for low bridge size.

OVAL FACE

Overall face is longer
Tall forehead
Jaw and chin more curved
Bottom half of the face is longer than the top
Cheekbones are wider than forehead and jawlines

Frames to Avoid: Small, narrow width glasses
Recommended Frames: Any type of frames

SQUARE FACE

Square jaw
Broad forehead
Balanced cheekbones

Frames to Avoid: Square and Rectangular frames
Recommended Frames: Round frames

ROUND FACE

Full cheeks
Softer angles to jaws and cheekbones
Wide foreheads and jaws

Frames to Avoid: Large, rounded frames
Recommended Frames: Rectangular frames

OBLONG FACE

Similar to oval face but longer and slimmer
Slowly narrows at the chin

Frames to Avoid: Square and Rectangular frames
Recommended Frames: Rectangular or Round Bold frames

HEART FACE

Wide foreheads
Pointed chin
Sharp jawline
Cheekbones are well-defined
Face gradually narrows from top to bottom

Frames to Avoid: Square and Rectangular frames
Recommended Frames: Square, Rectangular or Round frames

DIAMOND FACE

Cheekbones wider than forehead and jawlines
Small forehead
Narrow, pointed chin

Frames to Avoid: Square and Rectangular frames
Recommended Frames: Oval Round frames