How To Choose Designer Eyeglass Frames
Choosing frames that suit your face can be a challenging task, and it can be difficult to be objective when you are judging the look for yourself. Designer eyeglass frames are not all of equal quality – the fact that they are designer does not mean they suit everyone in the same way. It is important to take your time when considering different frames; just because a particular designer frame looks good on the model doesn’t mean it will necessarily suit the shape of your face. Each person’s features are different, and different styles, shapes and colors of frames will suit different people.
Fashion is fine, but it is important to keep it in perspective and not be tempted to choose to wear something purely because it is in fashion – you need to be sure it suits not only your look, but your personality as well. Before choosing your designer frames it is worth doing a little research to find out what the options are. Looking at all the different choices there are out there on the market will give you an idea of the options that are open to you. It is also well worth having a friend go with you when it comes to trying on the different styles.
Go to a place that has a good selection of the frames by the designers you are interested in trying on, and take a friend with you. Having someone else’s view and perspective can be very helpful since we don’t see ourselves in the same way others see us. If you can’t take someone with you and you have to go alone, take photos of you wearing the different frames as you try them on and then send them to a friend whose taste and opinion you trust so that they can give you some feedback and input.
Whether you are able to take a friend with you or not, it is still worth taking photos and then going away from the shop to get some perspective and take your time to study each look. You could go somewhere nearby for coffee while you look through the photos, and then go back to the store to buy the frames you’ve chosen, or go home to study the photos and then come back another day to buy them. Either way, make sure you take side view photos of each frame as well as full-face so that you have a better idea of how the frames look on you.
In addition to looking good, your designer frames must, of course feel comfortable. Make sure you have them professionally fitted so that they can be adjusted for your particular features and will fit properly. No matter how cool your frames look, if they keep sliding down your nose or pinching your ears, they won’t be of much use.
Taking the time to be absolutely certain you are choosing the best designer eyeglass frames for you is well worth the effort since frames of that quality should last you a long time.