Full Rim Eyeglasses

As a beginner with eyewear, you need not necessary go bold with your first ever eyewear. A simple and functional frame is a good place to start. After getting used to it, you can experiment with different styles of full rim eyeglasses. Also, don’t get carried away by celebrity trends, while a particular frame may look striking on some celebrity, it may not give the same appeal on everyone. When a designer eyeglasses frame does not work on a face, it will never do, no matter how hard you try.

You can only make a statement, if you chose eyewear frames according to your face shape. Selecting a frame for a particular face shape is relatively simple. The frame should contrast with the face shape. A well-rounded face with well-endowed facial features can elegantly carry off a rectangular shell type full rim with a strip of contemporary accents.

Not only the face shape and size, the frame’s size also matters. Over-sized frames can work, if only they are worn right. When choosing over-sized frames, make sure the rest of your attire is dressed down. A pair of chunky, full rim eyeglasses can be matched with a basic suit and minimal accessories in neutral colors.
Apart from the frame’s size, its design can also bring character to the frames. For a fun, yet cultured appeal, a full rim eyewear with thick tortoise shell frames can be sported. The tortoise accent can spice up your outfit, without overwhelming your face. These prints are available in many shades; so, it is mandatory to choose the tone of the tortoise shell, with your skin tone in mind.

Not just for style factor, most of us need eyewear for pure eyesight issues. A thin full rim frame with thick armatures can make stylish reading eyeglasses. On the contrary, people who do not like wearing glaringly visible eyeglass frames, can give clear frames a try. Transparent and light-weight, full rim eyewear will appeal to all.