From the old times, people wear glasses that help to correct vision, protect eyes from debris and glares, and also improve vision on the hot summer days when the sun shines brightly. When a person chooses a pair of spectacles, they usually pay attention to the style and individual look. Nowadays, eyewear designers create a wide range of various models of eyeglasses and sunglasses in different shapes, decorated with crystals, metal inlays, and many other accents, or more simple eyewear in minimal design. Needless to say, good glasses should fit perfectly and provide comfort even during everyday wearing. There is a great assortment of various materials for eyewear, from durable acetate in various colors for a bold look to stylish metal that adds a touch of elegance to any outfit.
When you are searching for a reliable pair of eyewear, it's quite important to get a stylish frame to suit your personal taste and wardrobe. But please do not forget about choosing the proper size of your future glasses. Just like when you are buying clothes of your size to fit perfectly, you need to know your glasses' size to feel comfortable while wearing them. Usually, manufacturers mark the frame's three main parameters in millimeters on the inside of the temple. What do the numbers mean? For example, if the first number is 47, it is the lens width, when two other numbers are nose bridge distance and the temple length. Sum up these parameters to get the spectacle's width and compare it with your face's width to get the right size.