With such a diverse range of men’s glasses to choose from, it can be challenging to know which frames to choose, and which glasses suit you best. Before investing in a pair of designer glasses for men, we strongly encourage you to identify your face shape first. Our guide on ‘What glasses suit me?’ can help you figure out which glasses suit you best based on your face shape.
In order to choose the best glass frames for men, you should take into consideration the following factors.
This is by far one of the most important factors to consider when choosing men’s glasses. There are six types of face shapes including square, round, rectangle, heart, oval and triangle. In general, it’s best to choose glasses which contrast with your face shape. For example, round face shapes are usually best suited to angular frame styles, whereas square face shapes tend to look best in round or oval frames.
Whichever glass frames for men you choose, they should complement your skin tone and hair. If you have a warm complexion, we recommend choosing warm colours such as red, orange, yellow, brown, and golden frames. Beige, olive green and tortoise are also excellent choices. If your skin tone is cooler then colours such as silver, white, black, purple, pink, grey and dark tortoise usually look best.
Before buying men’s prescription glasses, think about your personality and lifestyle. Consider your profession for example, and whether you are someone who engages is regular physical activity. You may even wish to purchase a few pairs of glasses for a variety of occasions. At Feel Good Contacts we stock the following frame styles for men:
Full frame designer glasses for men ensure optimal stability while also offering a traditional look, suitable for all occasions. At Feel Good Contacts, our full-rim glasses are manufactured from top-quality materials and are guaranteed to stand the test of time.
Rimless glasses for men are the perfect choice if you’re looking for something lightweight and comfortable. Men’s prescription glasses with a rimless frame will improve your vision without adding too much drama to your look. These minimalist fashion glasses for men feature a subtle finish.
Semi-rimless eye glasses for men offer a wider field of vision and are ideal for driving. These stylish glasses for men are renowned for looking sleek and polished, making them a well sought-after choice for professionals. These specs are both functional and fashionable.
You can also choose from a wide range of lenses including clear, blue light lenses, transitions, and sun tints. All our lenses (except clear) feature 100% UVA and UVB protection and a free scratch-resistant coating as part of our standard package. Our standard plus package features an anti-glare/anti-reflective coating in addition to this for just £10 extra.
Please note that all our lenses are single vision lenses. If you have a high index prescription, we recommend opting for our 'Super Thin' lens package at checkout. These plastic lenses are up to 35% thinner than standard normal lenses and feature an aspheric lens design for a slimmer profile. In addition to this, they include a hydrophobic coating which resists water droplets from resting on the lens.
If you're someone who spends a lot of time outside, we would recommend opting for transition glasses or sun tints. Transitions darken in light conditions when exposed to direct sunlight and are ideal for those who don't want to spend on two pairs of prescription glasses. Sun tints, on the other hand, are your prescription in sunglasses and make up the perfect pair for outdoor use.
Shop men’s designer glasses UK at Feel Good Contacts for both men’s prescription glasses and fashion glasses for men. No matter what style of frame you’re after, you’ll be able to shop designer brands including Calvin Klein, Oakley, Persol, Polo Ralph Lauren and many more at Feel Good Contacts whilst saving up to 40%. With 1000’s of designs to choose from and multiple lens types and packages, you can’t go wrong when shopping men’s glasses UK at Feel Good Contacts. Whatever you do, before buying glasses online, make sure you have had a recent eye test and an up-to-date prescription.