Not sure what your glasses measurements are or how to find them? Keep reading, you’ll find all the information you need! The better your frames fit, the better they flatter your face. Consider searching for your glasses as you would for a pair of shoes – first, you need to know your size. From lens width to bridge width, each of your glass’s features play an important part in determining the right frame size for you. In order to find a pair that fits perfectly, here’s a guide to help you find your glasses measurement. Scroll through the different sections of this guide to find your glasses features: How to Measure Your Glasses Lens width: Between 31-60 mm Bridge width: Between 12-31 mm Temple length: Between 115-155 mm It’s easiest to find a pair of glasses that fit you already — whether they’re your current prescription pair, a set of sunglasses, or even your friend’s glasses (if you don’t yet have your own) and get the sizing from there. If you’re not familiar with the process, here’s how to measure your glasses. Use Temple (Arm) Measurements Look at the inside temple of your frame and check for the numbers indicated above. You can usually find them on the left-hand side, though some may be displayed on the ear piece or the bridge of your nose. Typically, you’ll see three numbers: one 2-digit figure which represents the lens width, one 2-digit figure that represents the bridge width, and a 3-digit figure that measures the length of your frame arms. Did you know that your lens thickness changes according to its width? Indeed, the larger the lens width, the thicker the lenses will be!