The Lisa Loeb Eyewear Collection offers comfortable frame styles for every look and occasion. The collection includes classic pieces in black and tortoise shell, as well as embellished options accentuated with rhinestones and etchings. Colors range from neutral tones to eloquent bursts of rich turquoise, lavender, lemon ice and cherry red. Each frame is named after one of Lisa’s songs and some delicious colors are inspired by Lisa’s love of food. All frames include a designer hard case and custom Lisa Loeb cleaning cloth.
Lisa Loeb Eyewear Fitment Guide
fit and personalized style are two main objectives when selecting
eyewear. Face size and shape determine what styles will fit comfortably
while balancing your features. To make the best selection, a thorough
understanding of different types of faces will enhance ones' ability to
make these decisions.
This face shape is considered to be ideal because the proportions are balanced. It is the most versatile shape as most eyewear is flattering on this face. To keep the oval's natural balance, try frames that are as wide as (or wider than) the broadest part of the face.
Try: Square shaped frames with rounded edges or eyewear with high temples.
A round face is curved with both the length and width equally proportionate. For an elongated, thinner appearance, try angular narrow frames to lengthen the face. Deeper colors such as black or tortoise also minimize fullness.
Try: Wide frames with angular or rectangular styles that pull attention upwards.
Diamond-shaped faces are narrow at the eye and jaw lines with cheekbones that are often high and dramatic. To highlight the eyes and bring out the cheekbones, try frames with distinctive brow line or rounded styles.
Try: Oval shapes that soften the contours of the face.
A square face has a strong jaw line and broad forehead with the width and length proportional to each other. Reduce the angles and compliment this shape with frames that are slightly curved around the edges.
Try: Classic oval or cat-eye style frames.
An oblong face is longer than it is wide with an extended cheek line. To make the face appear shorter and more balanced, aim for styles that have vertical depth and that do not extend past the widest part of the face. Try to minimize the length of the face by finding a glass that covers as much of the center of the face as possible.
Try: Round or square frames with decorative temples for a wider appearance.
This shape is defined by a broad forehead and narrow mouth and chin. Frames with a thin rim and vertical lines will help balance the bottom part of the face. Avoid large frames, bold colors and square shapes.
Try: Cat-eye, angular or rimless frame styles with very light colors work well with this shape.
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