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We like to think of ourselves as eyewear viscerocranium visionaries. Fancy, right? We are facial structure sleuths dedicated to designing frames that not only look fantastic, but feel just right on your unique face. If you have a narrow noggin, we have an extensive spectacle of narrow spectacles that enhance your sight and provide the best fit (and optimal comfort) for small faces. Consider us your small glasses gurus with eyeballs on style and function.
We believe that true style knows no bounds, and your narrow noggin deserves nothing less than an expansive array of extraordinary eyewear. This is why we offer a substantial stash of reading glasses that come in narrow and small sizes. Some examples include “Board Stiff” which is anything but, and “TV Party,” a best-seller available in bright and brilliant colors – ready to throw down?
When it comes to a smaller size of reader frames, choose eyeglass shapes with a small lens width and height. This combination offers a small window for your peepers to peep through. Old Money and Wafer are examples two of our teeniest tiniest frames. A small shape and frame width are perfect for narrow-faced people who want to make a massive impression.
When it comes to the best readers for a smallish face shape, you’ll first want to consider frames that have a narrow fit. Next you’ll want to consider the shape and size of the actual frames, which you can do in several ways – one is to make a comparison by using the actual size of the frame using width and height measurements listed in the Size & Measurement Guide, choosing small dimensions results in a smaller shape. The other is to use our Virtual Try-On to get a gander at which readers enhance, not overwhelm, your beauteous, albeit, diminutive face.
Consider our handy Size and Measurement Guide your trusted ally and best friend. It is filled to the brim with essential information that ensures your small spectacles are perfectly tailored to meet your unique facial dimensions. In it you’ll see that all narrow fit frames are indicated with an N and their width will be less than 130mm wide.
Not all of our frames are available in narrow or N fit, but you can trust that we’ve got your back (or rather your eyes). Our vast array of frames has numerous narrow options to save the day. As you click through our enviable eyewear collection and land on a style you love, you’ll see an option to select a size. If the style is available in narrow, you’ll see it listed as a choice.
We’d be hard pressed to commit to any one of our glasses shapes being the reigning champ for small eyes, why limit yourself to one flavor of fabulousness? Your best bet is to become best friends with our Virtual Try-On and see which of our fantastic frames goes best with your unique face. Generally speaking, if you want to accentuate your eyes, choose simple, minimalistic frames that make your peepers the center of attention.
On your quest to find the holy grail of small glasses, half-rims are an excellent choice. These cleverly designed glasses strike the perfect balance between style and functionality. Half-rims are a pragmatic and practical choice because, firstly, they are lightweight and, most importantly, they hold potent style potential for those in pursuit of the seemingly elusive small spectacles.
Ah, yes, bridge shape. The bridge distributes the weight of the glasses evenly across the nose, ensuring comfort and stability for those with narrow noggins. Either the saddle bridge or the keyhole bridge works well for folks with slender faces. The truth is that there really is no “best bridge” for face shapes. When considering bridge shapes think about it like this – if you crave the stability, comfort and support of a nose-hugging cowboy companion, pick the saddle bridge. Or if you think you’d enjoy adding a wee bit of character to your eyewear, the quirky keyhole shape is the right bridge for you.