How do I find the right glasses?
Eyewear guide to help find sunglasses and reading glasses from Mokki Eyewear

We know that every face is different. It may feel difficult to find the most suitable pair of glasses just for you, but we are here to help you. Take into consideration your personal preference, facial shape and size, as these are important factors. Our experience will come in handy in helping you pick the perfect pair for you.

Mokki eyewear can offer a fit for every face. How to choose your next pair of glasses can be easy. Follow our eyewear guide and you will quickly realize that it is easier than you may think.

My facial shape is…

Eyewear guide:

Round Face

If the face is round we recommend choosing a square glasses model. Strong framing will provide nice dynamics to the face. We recommend steering away from small and round frames as it will overshadow your natural facial features.

Oval Face

Oval facial features fit the majority of eyewear. However, we recommend steering away from very narrow frames as this may make your face appear too long. We recommend big glasses for oval faces.

Rectangular Face

If you have a narrow face with a marked jaw, the frame should have a low arm attachment, and preferably soft in shape. Aviator-style models are a classic model that would fit your face well.

Square Face

For square facial features we recommend high arm mounting. You may want to avoid sheer square or round glasses. Narrow glasses, on the other hand, will harmonize your appearance.

Heart-Shaped Face

If you have a heart-shaped / triangular face, i.e. a narrower jaw and a wide forehead, you should most likely choose round and oval glasses. The arms should be located in the middle of the. Some of our retro models will fit well!

Drop-Shaped Face

If the jaw is the most marked part of your face, and your forehead is leaning towards the narrower side, high arm mounting will fit well. Most importantly, the frame should be well balanced and neither too large or too round.

Diamond-Shaped Face

If the cheekbones are the most prominent part of your face, you should go for glasses with a softer look. Low arm mounting and rounded shapes will fit nicely. Aviator-style designs should fit well.

General advice

Choosing the right eyewear shape is all about letting your glasses play with your natural facial features. For example, large glasses will make the face appear smaller, and vice versa. It may also be worthwhile noting that thicker spectacles will create the illusion of a shorter face, while with thinner arm rods the face should appear longer.

Finally, it is important to remember that the main feature of sunglasses is to protect the eyes.

Mokki Eyewear is always up to date with the latest sunglasses trends, and has a unique Scandinavian design. Still wondering which glasses should fit your personal style? Please contact us and we will be more than happy to help.