How to pick a sunglass frame that looks good on you
By Alex Holmes
As we move into high sunglass season, on and off the course it's important to remember that just like clothes and clubs, frames fit all of us differently.
While it's always good to try several pairs on and see which you like best, a good general rule of thumb for frame-fitting is that opposites attract. For example, if you've got a more angular melon with sharp bone structure and square features, often a rounder, softer frame will balance your lensed look.
Conversely, if you've got a more circular face then edgier, rectangular or square-shaped sunnies will help add some definition to your features.
Keep that in mind and check out three fresh and colorful frames that will look sharp anywhere from the course to the city this summer.
Oakley Frogskins- $150 [
__ Ray Ban Cats__ - $160
Sun Pocket - $118