From round or cat eye, to oversized and square, choosing the right frame can be a difficult task, especially
online. This guide will help you easily choose the right shape to suit your face from this season's collection.
Virtually any sunglass shape
will suit an oval face, just
make sure the sunglasses
are as wide as the broadest
part of your cheeks.
Semi rimless or cat eye
shapes will create a soft look
and bring focus to your eyes.
Avoid sunglasses that are
top-heavy or that sit too
high above the eye.
Wide in length, and narrow
in height will flatter your face
shape and make your face
appear longer. Curvy styles
such as cat eye will also give
your face more definition.
Try to avoid square frames.
Straight or slightly angular
glasses will add definition
to cheekbones for people
with round faces. If you
want to avoid making your
face look fuller, opt for oval
and circular styles
All Witchery styles are manufactured to comply with the Australia/New Zealand Standard (AS/NZS 1067:2003).
Australian and European Standards have five classifications of lens categories, which are detailed below.
All Witchery sunglasses are either category 2 or 3, meeting the industry standard for good UV protection
and are suitable for driving.
Fashion Spectacles – not sunglasses. Very low sun glare reduction. Some UV protection.
Fashion Spectacles – not sunglasses. Limited sun glare reduction. Some UV protection.
NOT SUITABLE FOR DRIVING AT NIGHT
Sunglasses. Medium sun glare reduction. Good UV protection.
Sunglasses. High sun glare reduction. Good UV protection.
Sunglasses – special purpose. Very high sun glare reduction. Good UV protection.
MUST NOT BE USED WHEN DRIVING
When you are not wearing your sunglasses, store them in the Witchery hard case provided.
Avoid wearing your sunglasses on your head, as this will stretch the frames and make them loose.
To clean your frames, rub gently in circular motions using the cleaning cloth inside the case.
When sizing your frames down, ensure to place them lens side up to avoid scratching.
Avoid leaving your sunglasses in the car, as the heat can cause the frame to warp.
CHOOSE YOUR SHAPE
PROTECT YOUR EYES
CARE FOR YOUR FRAMES