Women’s Glasses


Brand name eyewear

 

Styles are unique, and at Spex Expressions, we’ll make sure your eye appointment leads to a new set of designer frames perfect for your individual look. We’ll improve your vision and ensure you walk our looking your best. Choose from our wide selection of brand names including: Vogue, Elle, Kate Spade and Ray Ban.

With over 800 frames in stock, we have one of the largest selections in our area. Some of our current brand name frames include:

Ray BanChristian DiorJimmy Choo
OakleyGucciCoach
LindbergLilly PulitzerTed Baker
SALTKate SpadeZero G
Vera BradleySamaVera Wang
FyshMaui JimGX and L.A.M.B. by Gwen Stefani
Lucky BrandLiz ClaiborneAnn Taylor
William MorrisFendiAnne Klein
KensieSilhoutteConverse
KoaliScott HarrisGotti

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When it comes to finding the latest trends and the hottest Styles; Spex Expressions is the premier style setter in DeKalb County. Love the latest trends, but don’t know how to choose one that will look best on you? Here are some guidelines for selecting the best glasses for your face shape:

ovalfaceOval-Shaped Faces

This type of face is the most versatile face for glasses. Here are a few frame shapes that will look great on your face:

  • Cat-eye frames, even with embellishments, will look fantastic on your face
  • Square-shaped frames, especially ones with softly rounded edges, such as Ray Ban Wayfarer.
  • Oversized round sunglasses, give you a classic Jackie O look.

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Heart-Shaped Faces

This type of face actually mimics the shape of a heart. They’re wide at the forehead and become narrow at the chin. Frames that broaden a narrow jaw without playing up the width of the forehead, such as aviators look best on a heart-shaped face.

 

 

 


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Square-Shaped Faces

This type of face has a broad forehead, wide cheekbones and a stronger jawline. Sporting frames with some curve appeal, such as round or oval lenses, help balance stronger angles.

 

 

 

 


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Round Faces

Round faces are often full and have little to no sharp edges. Angular frames, such as square lenses, flatter and balance a round face.

 

 


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Long Faces

This type of face is more narrow than wide. Wearing oversized round frames help to create the illusion of a wider, shorter face.