(Let’s narrow things down) If you find that frames are often too big or slipping off your face, you probably need a narrow fit. You’re best suited for titanium frames (which have adjustable nose pads), or acetate frames with a more narrow bridge.
(You’re anything but) If you can walk into a store and find that most frames fit you well, you’re somewhere in the medium range. Most KREWE styles will suit you, from our titanium frames to our classic acetate silhouettes.
(Who said bigger can’t be better?) If you find that frames typically feel snug or have stretched out temples, you most likely need a wide fit. You’re best suited for acetate frames with a wider bridge, or titanium frames (which have adjustable nose pads).
For good measure
At KREWE, we do things a little bit differently. Our sizing and construction are unique — meaning we don’t follow the standard formatting of most other eyewear brands.
Elements like standout brow bars and NYLON lenses affect sizing when it comes to real-fit. To find your most accurate sizing, make sure to look at the bridge, eye, and temple measurements.
As a general rule, your eyes should sit smack-dab in the middle of the frame, so you can get the most natural-looking fit. For an extra bit of length and grip around your temples, try the bioplastic styles in our ACTIVE collection.
Don't know exactly what you’re looking for? Text our stylists at 504-273-0141 for a personalized recommendation.
Find Your Face Shape
When it comes to choosing something as personal as glasses, everyone has their own tried-and-true approach. Need a little extra style guidance? Take a good look at your face shape in the mirror and match it up with one of our categories below.
Rounded chin and jawline with an oblong shape. Bold, oversized frames tend to look good on you.
Broad, prominent jawline with a squared chin. Softer, rounded styles tend to look good on you.
Tapered, prominent cheekbones with a narrow chin. Most classic or winged styles tend to look good on you.