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Personally like the first pair on you (I think those are the Fellinis?). They don't look too tight to me, but I don't know how they feel on you.it’s been a while since the last time I bought/wore sunglasses. Saw the sale on ends and got the Fellini and dealan. I think Fellini frame fit for my face but want to get some opinion if it’s slightly too small for me or not since it’s slight tight on the head from the arm area. I’ll be returning the dealan most likely View attachment 1628090View attachment 1628091View attachment 1628092
I feel I can go bigger than Fellini, I ordered a pair of dita which is a 54-20-155, which seems to work as well but less flare than the jmm for some reasonFellinis fit you better than the Dealans. Any optical store can adjust the frames. They will know what to do.
I actually think you can go a bit bigger than the Fellinis, including a wider bridge. I think the Walkers would fit you well and maybe even better than the Fellini (which is fine and you shld likely keep).
Yeah, the first one is fellinis, I think the acetate is quite thick on the arm which gives some pressure to my head when compared to other lightweight frames. If anyone has any recommended optical store within Socal area for adjustment, please let me know too scared to get it runied before wearing it lolPersonally like the first pair on you (I think those are the Fellinis?). They don't look too tight to me, but I don't know how they feel on you.
Some people here have gotten their frames adjusted. Since I buy most of mine online, I would have to get them adjusted at an authorized dealer that didn't sell me the frames. The acetate is very thick and I've been cautious about getting them adjusted cause it seems like you can easily ruin them. Someone on here once had a pair ruined. I have a pair that admittedly could be a bit more comfortable if I had the ends of the arms adjusted, but I haven't cause I'm a bit iffy on taking that gamble.