Matching frames to skin tone

 

 

Cool

Noted for having a pink undertone, Cool skin types looks best with similarly cool-toned frames like blue, silver, gray, green, and clear. Black frames tend to be too harsh, while gold hues can clash with the naturally rosy complexion.
Neutral
Neutral skin types  is like a mix of pink and golden undertones you can wear just about anything.

Warm
A golden undertone, warm skin types look best with similarly warm frames — tortoise, brown, red, orange, gold, and yellow. Avoid greenish hues that may give them a sallow cast.

 

Best for your face shape

Square Face
Pick a frame that juxtaposes sharp angles  like oval glasses, browline, round, and Aviator frames.
Angular cat eyes and squared-off wingtip frames all starkly emphasize your features.

Triangular face
Pick a frame that’s widest and boldest on top. Examples include browlines, Aviators, and cat eye glasses.

Heart-shaped face

You need a frame with a deep base, the D-shaped lens of a retro wingtip frame. You’ll also want to choose pairs wider than your brow, making Aviators and cat eye frames another good option.
If you have soft features, try rounded or oval metal frames for a classic 90s look

Oval face

Oval is considered the most “universal” face shape as almost all styles look good on oval face shapes due to their symmetry and balance.

Round Face

Frames with bold, squared-off angles like rectangular, cat eye, and retro wingtip styles. Round glasses frames on a round face can be a stark style choice that stands out from the crowd.