Need New Eyewear? Here’s How to Choose The Right Ones For You

Eyeglasses are as personal as your lipstick and your favorite watch. You wear them all the time and with everything—over and over. For this reason alone, you shouldn’t just “like” your sunglasses; you should LOVE them.

Still, even if you scoff at the thought of having to wear eyeglasses, keep in mind that if you choose your frames properly, they can bring our your best features. For which purpose, we asked optical expert and owner of Schatan Optical Gallery., Mary Lou Schatan, to provide for us her six tips for choosing the best eyewear for your face.

Keep scrolling to discover her tips for choosing the best eyeglasses for your face.

Miu Miu Open-Inset Rounded Cat-Eye Optical Frames, Dark Havana
Miu Miu Miu Miu Open-Inset Rounded Cat-Eye Optical Frames, Dark Havana ($350)
SHOP

DEFINE YOUR STYLE

Go online to see what fashionable people are wearing that your relate to as a style you can emulate.

See Concept Shape B Reading Eyeglasses, Black
See Concept Shape B Reading Eyeglasses, Black ($49)
SHOP

SHOP AT AN EYEWEAR STOR

Shop at an eyewear store that has a large collection of specialty eyewear for all occasions.

Women's I Line Eyewear 'Instinct' 50Mm Reading Glasses - Black/ Black White
Women’s I Line Eyewear ‘Instinct’ 50Mm Reading Glasses – Black/ Black White ($58)
SHOP
Bobbi Brown The Mulberry 54MM Square Reading Glasses
Bobbi Brown Bobbi Brown The Mulberry 54MM Square Reading Glasses ($72)
SHOP

GET THE THINNEST, LIGHTEST LENSES AND A ANTI-SCRATCH COATING

Women's Corinne Mccormack 'Cyd' 50Mm Reading Glasses - Black Leopard
Corinne McCormack Women’s Corinne Mccormack ‘Cyd’ 50Mm Reading Glasses – Black Leopard ($62)
SHOP

ASK IF THEY GUARANTY

You want to be sure that you are getting complete satisfaction, and the most for your dollar.

Women's Corinne Mccormack 'Sydney' 51Mm Reading Glasses - Black Tortoise
Corinne McCormack Women’s Corinne Mccormack ‘Sydney’ 51Mm Reading Glasses – Black Tortoise ($68)
SHOP

Thanks, Mary Lou for your valuable tips!

Do you consider your glasses a fashion accessory? Let us know in the comments below!