26 Jul Designer Frames
It is quite easy to choose the right frames for you, even if you are not a fashion expert. Vision Optique has made it very easy to help you select perfect frames for you. It offers a complete range of designer frames so that these can look great on you. We are well aware of the fact that choosing frames online is quite a hectic job. It’s because there are so many colors, textures, and shapes to choose from.
You can find hundreds of websites that offer amazing discount deals on their designer frames but you need to analyze other factors as well besides the price. Your face shape, skin and hair tone, and eye color play a key role in making the final decision. Even the designer frames come in a variety of styles and shapes. So, you need a little research in choosing the right frames for you. To help you make the right decision, here are some of the things to keep in mind while buying designer frames.
It is always important to choose a frame that compliments your face shape. Let’s see which frames suit on specific face shape.
Round: Designer frames with crisp edges (like square or rectangle) or sharp rims can balance the rounded features. Try to get frames that are wider in comparison to your face to make it look longer and slimmer.
Oval: If you have an oval-shaped face, then any type of frames can suit you. However, to get a perfect look, we suggest you choose geometrical frames.
Square: Designer frames with soft rims, rounded edges can suit on square faces. These frames can soften out your face angularity. Get round or oval frames that go well with your face sharp angles.
Diamond: Prefer choosing a frame that is wider than your forehead if you have a diamond-shaped face. Go for oversized or cat-eye glasses to highlight your face thinner lines.
Heart: Frames wider than the brow, like D shaped, retro winged tip or aviators are the ideal choices if you have a heart-shaped face.
Make sure to note down the three figures that are written inside the temple, which indicates the frame size. These three figures stand for lens width, arm length, and bridge width. The lens width lies somewhere between 31-60mm, arm length ranges between 115-155mm, and bridge width lies between 12-31mm.
It is quite natural to choose neutral palettes such as brown, black, or tortoiseshell as they match any hair color and skin tone. But why not choose some other colors to cope up with the latest trend? These days, you can easily find designer frames in various colors such as red, yellow, blue, orange, pink, gold, green, and many more.
After deciding the frame shape, size, and color, it is the right time to consider your lifestyle or profession to make the final decision. Like if you are adventurous then a light, flexible frame will suit you but if you have a white color job then a classic tortoiseshell or matured rimless frame will suit you.