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Eyeglasses Frames

Selection of frames, for glasses and sunglasses for men, women, and kids.

When selecting a frame, a good rule of thumb is to choose the opposite of your facial features. For example, a square or angular faces look great in round frames, whereas round faces and softer features benefit from the contrast of square frames. Contrast your features to create balance. Find the frame of your choice on this platform.

Most popular styles and shapes

  • 70's-80's over sized square eyeglasses
  • Thin and lightweight metal eyeglasses
  • Sporty aviator glasses
  • Circle round glasses
  • Vintage cat-eye glasses
  • Dapper semi-rimless glasses
  • Slim, narrow oval and rectangular tiny reading glasses
  • Stylish flat top glasses.

Prescription Eyeglass Trends

  • Retro Round & Aviator Style Frames
  • Transparent & Frosted Clear Frames
  • Large Bold Cat-Eye Frames
  • Classic Horn-Rimmed & Tortoise Shell Frames

To look younger, thick full-rim frames can give your more personable, youthful look.

The shape of your face will help you determine which frames enhance your look.

Round Face: Eyeglass frames that are square or rectangular tend to be wider than a round face. ...

Oval Face: Frames that suit an oval face have a strong bridge, are wider than the broadest part of the face and are geometric in shape.

Face Shape

Is your face round, oval, square, diamond or heart-shaped? The shape of your face will help you determine which frames enhance your look.

Round Face: Eyeglass frames that are square or rectangular tend to be wider than a round face. This quality can enhance your face by making it appear slimmer and longer, adding balance to your round features.

Frames to Avoid: Rimless frames, round frames and small frames will accentuate the roundness, making your round face look even rounder.

Oval Face: Frames that suit an oval face have a strong bridge, are wider than the broadest part of the face and are geometric in shape.

Frames to Avoid: Eyeglasses that are overlarge and cover up more than half of your face will throw off the natural balance and symmetry of the oval face.

Square Face: Eyeglasses that soften the angularity and sit high on the bridge of the nose look best on square faces. Oval or round eyeglasses will balance and add a thinner appearance to the angles of a square face.

Frames to Avoid: Angular and boxy eyeglass frames will sharpen and draw attention to your angular features, making a square face appear bulky.

Diamond Face: Play up a narrow forehead and chin with eyeglass frames what sweep up or are wider than the cheekbones, such as cat eye glasses and oval frames. These frames will accentuate your cheekbones and delicate features.

Frames to Avoid: Boxy and narrow frames will accentuate the width of your cheeks, drawing attention to your narrow features rather than enhancing them.

Heart-Shaped Face: Frames that balance the width of the forehead with the narrowness of the chin are ideal. Eyeglasses with low-set temples and bottom heavy frame lines will add width to that narrower part of your face. Round eyeglasses or square eyeglasses with curved edges will help draw attention away from a broad, high forehead.

Frames to Avoid: Steer clear of any style or color of frames that draws attention to the forehead. This includes frames with decorative temples or embellished tops.

The key to finding the right frames is to remember that opposites attract. Select eyeglasses that contrast from your facial contours and bring symmetry and balance to your prominent features. At Eyeconic you can try on hundreds of eyeglass frames virtually to see which styles complement your appearance.

Consider Colours That Match Your Skin Tone

Just as the shape of your face helps determine which frames look best, so does your skin tone. More important than hair color and more decisive than eye color, skin tone sets the tone for high fashion frames. Select a shade closest to your skin tone:

Warm Skin Tone

If you have a yellow, bronze or golden cast to your skin, you have a warm complexion. Stay away from contrasting colors such as pastels. White and black frames are not flattering either. Instead, the best frame colors for you are light tortoise, browns shades, gold or honey, beige, and olive green.

Cool Skin Tone

If your skin has pink or blue undertones, you have a cool complexion. Avoid colours that wash you out and instead reach for frames that are silver, black, dark tortoise, pink, purple, blue, mauve and grey.