One size does NOT fit all!
Why is size so important?
For far too long sunglasses have been one size fits all, here at Faded Days we are changing that forever. Why should all sunglasses be the same size when heads differ in size so much .... it's just science.
Now we may not be scientists here at FD but we are problem-solvers and with our range of sunglasses shapes and sizes you can be sure you can find sunglasses that not only look good but are comfortable to wear too.
Here is our exclusive guide to make sure you pick the right size for that beautiful face of yours.
Like everything else you wear sunglasses have a sizing system. However most sunglasses companies only carry one size and it's usually for a small/medium head size. Below is our exclusive fitting guide so you make the right choice and finally get some sunglasses that fit.
Sunglasses like all fashion items are all down to personal preference and if you like a certain style you should go for it. For those who need a little help here are our tips for finding the right pair.
Usually people fall into 2 categories (especially in the large head world) of either round or square faced.
Square heads usually suit softer shapes for example Aviator style.
Round heads need more aggressive lines to contrast those soft features like sport style or more angled shapes.
The exception to this is the classic wayfarer style, there is a reason these are still one of the most popular shapes after all this time and that reason is they tend to suit almost any face shape.
If you are lucky enough to be somewhere in the middle then congratulations you have won the sunglasses lottery and can get away with going either way.
Time to try larger Sunglasses?
You should probably look to larger sunglasses if
- Your sunglasses feel uncomfortable and in some cases can cause pain
- Your sunglasses leave marks when you take them off
- Your sunglasses don't cover all your vision
- You look like an idiot in your small ill fitting shades
If any of these are you check out our Sunglasses for large heads and wide faces below.