Everybody is different. Some of us might need a bit more room for a comfortable fit, and that’s where big frame glasses come in. You’ll find many of our frames in larger sizes — and that’s because the perfect fit can make a massive difference when it comes to comfort.
If you have a set of eyeglasses already, our frame measurement guide is a great way to figure out your frame size. Just click the link, grab your glasses, and follow the simple steps.
Choosing a Color for Big Glasses
Big frame glasses are bold and noticeable by nature, so choosing a shade that matches the aesthetic you’re aiming for is essential. Big glasses in black or dark tortoise offer a retro-but-sophisticated vibe, while a brighter ivory tortoise or pink frame will effortlessly become the centerpiece of your outfit.
Standout Frame Shapes for Large Glasses
You’ll find larger glasses in almost any shape you can imagine. Your face shape can help guide your choice if you’re undecided. People with rounder features can add some contrast with a square or rectangular frame, while more angular faces can make a circular or oval frame work well. Ultimately, you should choose the frame shape that you like best!
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Lightweight frames weigh 15 grams or lighter without the lenses.