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  • Fitting Guide

Comparing these measurements with the ones of a sunglass you already own, will give you an idea of the size, but we’ve decided to add another information that will make your choice much easier.


Frames Fitting

We all know how important wearing the right sunglass model is to enhance our personal style, but what most of us aren't considering, is that knowing your face type will greatly help you in selecting the right model.

Circle

Round faces are defined by circular shapes and lack of angles and are usually proportional in width and length.
People with round faces should wear angular frames, to balance and better define their look, or wide aviator styles.

Our suggestion for rounder faces are: Ring of Fire, Sick Boy, Disco Dancer, Handsome David, Bold as Love, Fall Down, V2-S

Oval

The distinguishing features of oval faces are very balanced proportion, higher cheekbones with a gently curved jawline that is slightly narrower than the forehead.

Oval faces look great with all kind of eyewear, so feel free to pick any of our Sunglasses that match your personal style.

Square

Squared faces’ main feature is proportional width and length, with well-defined straight lines that create angles in the forehead, cheeks, and jawline. The best choice for squared faces is rounder and softer frames that counterbalance the angular features of squared faces.

Our suggestions are: Children of the Moon, Riverbank, Rick, 10K Times

Heart

Heart-shaped faces feature broad forehead and cheeks and narrower jawline and chin. People with heart-shaped faces should try to wear frames that highlight the bottom part of their faces creating an illusion of wider jawline.

We suggest to consider these styles: Take it Back, 10K times, Fall Down, Bold as LoveRiverbankRing of Fire

 

Rectangle

The main characteristics of rectangular shapes are long forehead, a longer nose, and high cheekbones, The overall shape has more height that width that needs to be balanced with models that create strong horizontal elements.

Our suggestion for rectangular faces are: Take it Back, Disco DancerBold as LoveFall Down


Colours

Considering your skin tone and hair color is very important when buying a new pair of sunglasses or eyeglasses, as the right combination can make a substantial difference.

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