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Brown glasses are a terrific neutral choice that goes with any skin tone and complements a variety of frame designs. They are a fantastic choice for professional settings and are prevalent in retro styles, traditional styles and the latest eyewear trends.
Much like black glasses, brown glasses never go out of fashion. They are stylish and look great on many people, but they will be a more suitable prescription glasses choice for some more than others.
Do brown glasses look good?
Whatever colour frames you choose, you must consider some variables before choosing brown glasses or another colour. It's pointless to have a lovely pair of brown glasses frames if the fit is uncomfortable or the frame style does not suit your face shape. Look through our handy face shape guide to discover which frame shapes are best for you before deciding on a colour.
If you are a fan of the neutral tone of brown glasses but want something with a bit more impact, you can opt for brown tortoiseshell glasses and show off your personality with a quirky pattern.
What colour of glasses frames should I get?
There are a couple of things you can consider when deciding if brown glasses are for you. The first is hair colour - certain types of eyewear complement certain hair tones. Once you've found a pair that matches your hair colour, you can take your glasses look to the next level.
Style guides highly recommend brown glasses for people with red hair. Browns, coppers, tortoiseshells and warm neutrals will reflect the warmth of your natural colouring. If you have dark blonde hair with darker undertones, you should try highlighting your amber and honey tones. Colours like brown glasses are a fantastic choice to offset the lighter tones of your blonde hair.
But you don't have to take our suggestions as fact. Whether you want light brown glasses, brown tortoiseshell glasses or classic dark brown frames, you can find out for yourself if you look great wearing them! Try our Virtual Try-On tool to see brown glasses on a selfie before buying.