Find Your Look

Not sure which frames are the right ones for you? Well, let us help you FIND YOUR LOOK.

Everybody's face is unique, but truth be told glasses only come in a few basic shapes. And the best shape is usually one that contrasts the shape of your face. So, if you have a rounder shape you probably should try shapes that are more angular. If you have more angular features you should consider round frames or at least ones with softer curves.

Round Faces

Round faces are best complemented by square frames. For this reason, we recommend taking a look at the Sullivan or Bond. However, if you like an oversized frame the Laurel might be a good choice as well.

Sullivan
Bond
Laurel

Oval Faces

Oval faces are best complemented by square or round frames. Here we would recommend a majority of our styles with an emphasis on Bond or Liam (depending on how hip you are).

Bond
Liam

Heart-Shaped Faces

Heart-shaped faces are complimented by any frame style. Luckily for you, we have a number to choose from so take a look and find pair or two that best match your style! And remember if you don't love them you can always send them back. We have a 90-Day Risk-Free return policy and we pay for shipping both ways. Our personal favorites are the Sullivan and Laurel.

Sullivan
Laurel

Square Faces

Square faces are complimented by rounded frames. Here we recommend taking a look at both the Abbey and the Liam, however, the Sullivan seems to work as well so don’t be shy and try a few. Because, confidence LOOKs good on everyone.

Sullivan
Abbey
Laurel

Color

Here at LOOK we see things differently, especially when it comes to color. We think you should own multiple colors, the way you would own multiple pairs of shoes, ties or handbags. Colors should complement your features (eyes, hair, skin color), as well as compliment your outfit or mood. We call styling your look with eyewear “wardrobing” and believe that eyewear is the perfect fashion accessory.

Magnification

Finally, if you are not sure about your magnification, please click here to print out the LOOK OPTIC eyechart. Hold it about an arm’s length away, as if you were reading a book and we can help you determine your magnification.