Just like a perfectly tailored outwear a pair of glasses should be properly fit to the wearer. A proper fitting frame is more flattering, more comfortable, and more effective at helping you see better or keeping the sun out of your eyes.
We are here to help you to get the perfect fitting sunglasses, so just follow the guide and you will find your ideal match!
A frame size is typically noted as: lens width – bridge width – temple width. For example: 51mm – 21mm – 145mm.
The key is finding a size that corresponds to the overall width of your face, while being mindful of the distribution of the physical size of your eyes (lens width) versus the space between them (bridge width).
As a rule, I think sizing should be treated on a case-by-case basis, as it depends largely on your proportions and the style being selected. But as a general guideline, here are some starting points for total width (lens width x2 + bridge width):
|Small/Narrow Face||125mm – 129 mm|
|Medium Face:||130mm – 134 mm|
|Large Face:||135mm – 139 mm|
|Wide Face:||140mm – 145 mm|
Types of Faces