People who have problems with vision, need to wear corrective glasses every day when they drive a car, work with documents, read a book, or watch TV. Some people who didn't have any problems with the eye at younger ages, have to start wearing glasses when they get older to improve their vision. So, how to select the right spectacle? Of course, first of all, you have to define the model you want to get. Eyewear collections of optical frames offer a wide assortment of eyeglasses of various shapes, tones, finishes, and styles, crafted from shiny metal or colorful acetate. You can select from classic, vintage, playful, sophisticated, bold, and romantic glasses in daring trendy tones and calm colors to match your taste and wardrobe.
Apart from color and shape, you should make sure to select the right size of your future optical frame. When you are looking for a reliable pair of eyeglasses, the key parameter to define the size is the width of your face. You can also determine the best shape to fit your face by its type. Usually, manufacturers indicate the frame size on the inside of the left temple of the glasses. You can see three numbers that are separated by dashes, for example, 49-22-134. The first number, 49 indicates the width of the frame, 22 is the nose bridge distance, and 134 is the length of the temple. All the dimensions are provided in millimeters. These numbers don't show for which size of the face this spectacle is intended, but you can sum up them and get the frame width to compare it with your face.