OUR FRAME SIZES

Our frames are categorized as either Narrow, Medium, and Wide to help you find the most comfortable and balanced pair of sunglasses. 

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UNDERSTANDING MEASUREMENT NUMBERS

50-20-145 / LW-BW-TAL

Measurements for Bonnie Clyde glasses can be found printed on the inside of the temple arm. Most eyewear brands print these details in a similar spot; if you already have a pair that you like, you can compare measurements to see how a certain frame of ours will fit you.

LW - LENS WIDTH (40-62mm)

This measurement determines the horizontal length of one lens. The average range is 40-62mm. A combination of this and Bridge Width will determined how centered your eyes are within each lens.

BW - BRIDGE WIDTH (14-25mm)

This measurement determines the total horizontal length in between the two lenses. The average range is 14-25mm. A combination of this and Lens Width will determined how centered your eyes are within each lens.

TAL - TEMPLE ARM LENGTH (120-150mm)

This measurement determines the total length horizontal length of each temple arm. This is important to check how it will sit on your ears and how well they will stay on your face.

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FINDING YOUR FACE SHAPE

ROUND

Round faces tend to have a softer jaw line and equal facial dimensions—your face is about as long as it is wide. Square or rectangular frames will balance nicely with your face.

  • Width and length of face is equal
  • Softer jawline
  • Softer chin

HEART

Heart-shaped faces tend to have broad foreheads and cheekbones, a strong jawline, and tapered defined chin. Many sunglasses will work with your face, but start with cat-eye or browline shapes to find balance between a broader forehead and tapered jawline.

  • Broad forehead
  • High cheekbones
  • Tapered jawline
  • Defined chin

SQUARE

Square faces tend to have broader foreheads with non-angled cheekbones. Their jawlines are defined and are not very angled either. This is a great face-shape to really shine with rounder frames, although, there's nothing wrong with square shaped lenses either for a bolder look.

  • Broad forehead
  • Flatter, lower cheekbones
  • Softly-angeled chin
  • Softly-angled jawline

OVAL

Oval faces are quite versatile. Most eyeglasses will complement your face well so don't be afraid to have some fun with it. These faces tend to have narrower foreheads with higher cheekbones. 

  • Narrower forehead
  • Higher cheekbones
  • Tapered jawline
  • Round chin