Eyewear designers are reworking and rethinking classic shapes to transform acetate favorites into stainless steel frames that evoke a vintage feel while communicating a truly modern style. Metal frames are a great solve for fit as, unlike their acetate counterparts, their silicone nose pads allow for adjustment.
If you’re unsure of how to make the leap from acetate plastic to metal, start by looking at your current favorite glasses style and finding a similar look. Next, take into consideration your face shape. A shape that works well in acetate will translate perfectly to metal.
Buying Metal Glasses Frames for your Face Shape
The most versatile face shape, enjoy experimenting with new styles and textures.
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Go completely round, or find frames with rounded edges, to soften angular features.
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Sharpen softer features with frames with bold, angular lines.
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Ensure the width is slightly wider than your forehead for balance.
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Look for a browline or cat eye frame with a width slightly wider than your jawline.
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