6 Fun & Amazingly Practical Fitting Tips. Because, Rad Glasses.

Shopping for glasses can be like shopping for new jeans. First of all, coffee. You definitely need to be in the right mindset. My patients will often walk in with a frame style they like from a photo they saw on the internet. Sometimes what works well for them - might be a look only your mother would love.

Here are some fun tips to help narrow your selection and maybe open your mind about a pair that you would not have considered otherwise.

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Dr Tanya Gill, CEO

Dr Tanya Gill Optometrist Eye Dr Independent Oakland CA
 
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Glasses fitting tip: If you have a unibrow and no longer want to shave it. Try a double bar. It will complement the brow. Rad glasses by Anne et Valentin.

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Glasses fitting tip: Dress up an all black frame by selecting a bold shape and mix of materials. Still. All. Black. Rad glasses by Anne et Valentin.

 Glasses fitting tip: When it comes to glasses, wear a camouflage print to STAND out - not hide. Rad glassses by Born In Brooklyn Eyewear.

Glasses fitting tip: When it comes to glasses, wear a camouflage print to STAND out - not hide. Rad glassses by Born In Brooklyn Eyewear.

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Glasses fitting tip: Melon head? Try frame sizes 56 or larger. Rad glasses by Etnia Barcelona.

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Glasses fitting tip: Straight lines contrast well with curly hair. Rad glasses by LA Eyeworks.

 Glasses fitting tip: Select an ombré color palette to make a traditional shape more unique. Rad glasses by Born In Brooklyn Eyeglasses.

Glasses fitting tip: Select an ombré color palette to make a traditional shape more unique. Rad glasses by Born In Brooklyn Eyeglasses.