Frame Sizing Guide

Lens Width  ex. 

This is the horizontal width of each lens at its widest point. It typically ranges from 40mm to 60mm.

Bridge Width  ex.  

This is the distance between your two lenses. In short, the bridge width is the space where your frames fit against your nose. The size of this piece ranges from 14mm to 24mm.

Temple (Arm)  ex.  

This is the length of the temple from each screw to its temple tip, including the bend that sits on your ear. The temple is typically 120mm to 150mm long.


Whether its your first time or you’ve become a GOAT in online eyewear shopping, your Pupillary Distance aka PD measurements is necessary in ensuring you get the perfect fit for your new glasses.

Your PD is the measurement of the distance between the centre of one pupil to the centre of the other. Having the proper measurements will ensure your eyes focuses on the perfect spot on your lenses.

Your optometrists may have provided this information to you with your prescription. However, if the information is not provided, look no further.. we are here to help.

Items you will need:

  • Ruler
  • A friend with steady hands (recommended) OR
  • A Mirror


  1. Place the ruler against your forehead for support and directly over the centre of your right pupil.
  2. Have a friend or stand in front of the mirror while you look straight ahead to get the measurement between both pupils. 
  3. Repeat the above steps a multiple times for accurate results and use an average for your final measurement.

And there you have it! You just became a qualified eyewear shopper. Now let’s find a pair (link) that will speak to your glasses-wearing soul.