Oakley sunglasses are not only sought-after for their brand name but also for their comfort and quality. If you are in the market for one, we have provided some tips to keep in mind. Shop the latest Oakley sunglasses in Singapore and compare their price below!

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Tips for Choosing the Right Oakley Sunglasses in Singapore

If sunglasses become a hassle that sometimes you see them as just another accessory, then that means you've got the wrong pair. That's why you need to look for the right pair of sunglasses. However, you’d encounter thousands of pairs in many different colours, shapes, lens, and styles, making it difficult to choose the one that suits your ever-changing mood and look. Fortunately, here is a list to help you choose the best pair of sunglasses for yourself.

Aviators and Rimless Styles for Heart-Shaped Faces

Oakley aviators are good for complementing a broader forehead with a narrower jawline and a more pointed chin. This is because of the way they spread out at the bottom. Rimless styles are also decent since they prevent the face from looking too top-heavy. If you’re looking for a good pair of aviators, check out Oakley Singapore’s stunning collection.

Taller Frames and Decorative Temples for Narrow Faces

Taller, squared-off, or more circular frames take up more room on your face and help complement your features better than oval or rectangular frames. Also, select glasses with thicker arms or trimmings at the temples, since they will make the sides of your face broader and draw attention to them.

Rectangular Frames and Contrast Bridges for Round Faces

These frames help extend your face and create a contrasting bridge that makes your eyes look farther apart.

Half-Rim and Cat Eye Shapes for Trapezoidal Faces

If your face appears wider on the bottom, then wear a half-rim style or a dramatic cat eye to draw attention away from and complement your jawline. Opt for the Oakley Frogskins sunglasses which sport a cat-eye silhouette.

Top-Heavy Frames and Butterfly Shapes for Oval Shapes

If you've got a narrower forehead and chin and broad cheekbones, go for styles that are darker or thicker on the top than the bottom. You can also try a butterfly style, which spreads out slightly at the top.

Ovals and Rounded Rectangles for Square-Shaped Faces

Narrower oval and rectangular styles with rounded edges are effective for softening a strong, square jaw and elongating the face. Oakley sunglasses are typically sought-after for these features, so if you’re in the market for a good pair, check out our exclusive collection of Oakley sunglasses here.

Other Tips to Keep in Mind

The Frame Should Contrast the Shape of Your Face

The shape of your frame should contrast your face, so if you have rounder features, it's best to get more angular glasses. If you have more angular features you want to soften them with curve-shaped glasses.

The Frame Should Be in Proportion with the Rest of Your Face

Generally, you want your frame to be in proportion to your face. However, it's a different thing when you are shopping for sunglasses, which tend to be larger for greater coverage. Keep in mind that what looks good as a pair of sunglasses will not necessarily look good in optical.

Select a Colour that Balances Out Your Features

Black is a great colour for highlighting and outlining your eyes. But if you want your face and hair to stand out more, sunglasses that contrast the tone of your face get the job done. It's up to you though how much of a statement you want your sunglasses to make.

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What is Oakley Prizm?

Prizm is an Oakley lens technology that’s designed to enhance colour and contrast so you can see things in more detail.

Do Oakley sunglasses have a lifetime warranty?

All Oakley sunglasses are given 2 years of warranty from the date of purchase. The warranty will only be valid if the Oakley glasses are purchased from an authorised Oakley dealer and come with a purchase date. Oakley warranty covers defects such as:

  • Delamination and/or peeling of sun lens coating
  • Flaws or bubbles in lens coating
  • Premature flaking or degradation of frame coating
  • Soldering defects of temple hinges and/or barrels

(Warranty information from Oakley SG)