SQUARE



Most people like the break up the angularness of a square face with a more rounded frame. We would recommend going for a larger frame, such as our H.F.S. which is wider than most of our designs and has a browbar which lifts the face.

 

SUGGESTED STYLES

H.F.S, Rollright, Bassett





Round



If you have a rounded brow and softer jaw line then quite simply you should always opt for a rectangular frame . The acute lines of the frames will give a balancing contrast and keep everything in propotion.

 

SUGGESTED STYLES

Raleigh & Bassett



OVAL



What we think works best is to accentuate the natural elongated curve of the face by contrasting it with a completely round frame. Our ZERO frame will make for a wonderful motion and also stability, as well as bring a fun edge to your frame with the flat lens design.

 

SUGGESTED STYLES

ZERO & Golborne



HEART



Normally this means your face is thinner at the bottom than it is at the top. We think what works best is to fully accentuate this and go for something which is wider at the top of the frame and thinner on the lower lip.

 

SUGGESTED STYLES

George Arthur & Louis Orson