Buying eyewear online can be a daunting experience. That is why we here at iamtrend have got your back, well technically your face but who’s counting?

We’ve made it easier for you to Find Your Fit, simply scroll down and get clued up on the specifics of face shapes as well as instructions on how to measure your current eyewear to compare to other frame sizes online. In just a few minutes, you’ll be on you’re way to looking like you’re here for the party. You’re Welcome!

square face

Square Shaped Face

People with square faces have broader foreheads, strong jawlines, and a square chin. Celebrities with square face shapes include Olivia Wilde, Jennifer Hudson, and Nicole Richie.

When browsing for eyewear opt for round, oval, and cat eye frames. Whereas, sharp angles and square frames are a definite no-no. Your frames should soften your sharp features and lengthen your face. Browse for eyewear longer in width and smaller in height.

heart face

Heart-shaped Face

Like a heart shape, your face is wider on the top and becomes narrower towards your chin. Babes like Eva Longoria, Naomi Campbell, and Scarlett Johansson all have heart-shaped faces.

Your eyewear should widen the appearance of your chin and downplay the width of your forehead. Grab a pair of semi-rimless, round, or square frames and stay clear of oversized or top-heavy styles.

oval face

Oval Shaped Face

Essentially… any frame will suit someone with an oval-shaped face. Like Beyoncé and Rhianna, an oval-shaped face is well balanced with a subtle narrow chin and well-defined cheekbones. Most distinguishable, is that oval faces are longer in length than in width.

Cat eye, square, or rectangle it doesn’t matter, they will all look incredible on you. Just don’t go too oversized as it could become overwhelming and uncomplimentary.

Round face

Round Shaped Face

If you have a rounded chin, a wide forehead, and full cheeks like our favs Chrissy Teigen and Selena Gomez, then your face is round shaped.

Eyewear that features straight or angular lines will add contrast to the roundness of your face. Also, bright coloured frames, frames with print, or highly decorative frames will compliment your face perfectly.

How do I measure my eyewear?


It’s easy to find your frame measurements to guarantee you are getting the right fit. This will ensure you buy the right pair the first time around and the stress of having to exchange each pair until you get the right one will be a thing of the past.

Follow our below guide to understanding frame measurements and you’ll be on your way to browsing our eyewear range and ordering your perfect pair of glasses right to your doorstep! Yes… it’s really that easy!

The frame dimensions

The Frame Width:

The entire horizontal front of the frame, from the furthest point on either side.

The Lens Height:

The vertical height of the lens from the top to the bottom of the frame.

Lens Width - Measurements

The Lens Width:

The horizontal width of one lens

The Bridge:

The distance between the two lenses.

Temple Size (Arms):

Length from the lens to the end of the piece that wraps around the ear (from the hinge to the very tip of the arm).

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All these measurements, excluding the frame width, are typically found in the arm of the glasses. Lens width (54), bridge (18), and temple size (145).

Find your perfect pair


Now that you know how to measure a pair of glasses, grab an old pair of glasses that you like the fit of and measure them up! Don’t have an old pair? Use your friend’s, sibling’s, parent’s, or even grandparent’s glasses that fit you comfortably and use those!

Still can’t find locate a pair close by? Measure your face from temple to temple instead, just hover the tape measurer over your face so that it hits right below your eyebrows.You can use a tape measure or even your old school ruler.

Found the right measurements?