Find Your Perfect Fit Eyewear Quiz

Fit & Style Quiz

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What kind of glasses are you looking for?

  • Masculine Styles
    Masculine Styles
  • Feminine Styles
    Feminine Styles

What type of glasses are you looking for?

  • Eyeglasses
    Eyeglasses
  • Sunglasses
    Sunglasses

Select one or more styles that define you.

  • Classic
    Classic
  • Casual
    Casual
  • Stylish
    Stylish
  • Edgy
    Edgy

What is your face shape?

  • Oval
    Oval
  • Square
    Square
  • Round
    Round
  • Heart
    Heart
  • Diamond
    Diamond

Select your favorite frame shape(s).

  • Round/Oval
    Round/Oval
  • Square/Rectangular
    Square/Rectangular
  • Cat-Eye/Horn-Rimmed
    Cat-Eye/Horn-Rimmed
  • Aviator
    Aviator

What are your favorite frame color palette(s)?

  • Black
    Black
  • Tortoise
    Tortoise
  • Pattern
    Pattern
  • Neutral
    Neutral
  • Colorful
    Colorful
  • Translucent
    Translucent

Which frame materials do you like?

  • Metal
    Metal
  • Plastic/Acetate
    Plastic/Acetate
  • Combined
    Combined

What are the measurements of your current glasses?

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Take a look at the inside of the temples of your glasses. If the frames have little numbers, as shown above, enter them below.

  • Lens Width
  • Bridge Width
  • Temple Length

What is your estimated head size?

  • Narrow
    Narrow
  • Medium
    Medium
  • Wide
    Wide

What is your prescription?

Enter your prescription

and we will show you only the frames available for your prescription

  • OD(Right eye)
    OS(Left eye)
  • Sphere (SPH)
  • Cylinder (CYL)
  • OD(Right eye)
    OS(Left eye)
  • Axis
  • ADD
  • PD(Pupillary Distance)
How to Read an Eyeglass Prescription
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Play How to Read an Eyeglass Prescription
SPH (Sphere)

Spherical error, or the overall lens power, is the basic part of your prescription. You’ll notice (+) and (-) signs on your prescription. When there’s a (+), it means you have trouble seeing near, and when there’s a (-), it means you have trouble seeing far away.

CYL (Cylinder) & Axis

A cylinder value indicates astigmatisms, or perpetually blurry vision. The axis — measured between 1° and 180°— tells us the orientation of the astigmatism.

ADD (Addition)

The ADD number is sometimes written NV for near vision, and is used for multifocal lenses and readers.

Pupillary Distance
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Play Pupillary Distance
PD (Pupillary Distance)

It’s just what it sounds like — the distance in millimeters (mm) between your pupils. An average PD measurement in 63mm, but it varies by person. If your PD number isn’t on your prescription, you can measure it yourself by:
• Printing the downloadable PD ruler.
• Watching our tutorial video.

Are you interested in bifocal or progressive glasses?

  • Yes
    Yes
  • No/Not Sure
    No/Not Sure

Do you want your glasses to have special features like...

  • Lightweight
    Lightweight
  • Nose Pads
    Nose Pads
  • Spring Hinges
    Spring Hinges

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