The key to a flattering frame is choosing the right frame that complements your face and personality. You can pick a frame that enhances your best facial feature keeping in mind that the frame size is in scale with your face size. We highly recommend using the online Virtual Try On feature. This provides a remarkably accurate picture of how the frame style will look on you and how the frames will fit.
Determine the shape of your face by standing in front of the mirror and comparing with the table below.
|Face Shape||Description||Best Frames||Frame Tips|
|Round||Your face is a circle with soft curves with length and width in the same proportions.||Rectangular, angular frames to lengthen your round face||DO NOT wear round frames and try a clear bridge to widen your eyes.|
|Oval||Your face is a proportional oval with curves.||Any frame shape (aviator, oval, or square)||Pick frames that are as wide as the widest part of your face to maintain balanced proportions|
|Square||Wide brows, well defined cheekbones and prominent jaw lines define a square face.||Circular, aviator, oval||Lengthen your face with frames that are wider than they are deep|
|Oblong||Your face is longer than it is wide, with straight cheek lines.||Triangular, Circular, or Deep Rectangular frames||Use frames that are taller than they are wide.|
|Base-Up Triangle/Heart||Wide forehead that descends to a narrow chin.||Geometric, Circular frames||Try frames with wider bottoms than tops or rimless frames in light colors.|
|Base Down Triangle||A narrow forehead that ends at a wide chin.||Geometric, Circular, or Cat-Eye frames||Go for frames with wider tops than bottoms, colored frames and semi-rimless or detailed on the brow line|