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Choosing the right fit

Our frames are designed to enhance the wearer’s features seamlessly, creating a subtle yet strong presence with clean and sophisticated designs. Our ethos embodies effortless charisma, bridging the gap between fashion and spectacle wearers. Founded by two partners with over 20 years of experience in the optical industry, one of whom is a qualified optometrist and change-maker, we set out to create beautifully balanced eyewear that combines function and aesthetics.

We take great pride in providing high-quality eyewear that not only enhances vision but also complements the wearer’s unique style. We understand that proper eyewear fitting is crucial for comfort and vision, and we strive to ensure that our customers find the perfect fit. To accommodate different face shapes and sizes, we offer a wide range of sizes. Our frames are designed to sit snugly on the bridge of the nose and rest comfortably on the ears without causing any discomfort. Our nose pads are made of silicone or titanium and are adjustable to ensure that the frame is level and does not slide down the nose.

At RYAN ADDA, we believe that eyewear should not only be functional but also stylish. We offer a variety of frame styles and shapes to suit different face shapes and personal preferences. Our frames are made from high-quality materials and designed to last.

We understand that lens alignment is crucial for optimal vision. That’s why we work with professional optometrists and opticians to ensure that our customers’ eyewear is properly aligned to their pupillary distance. We take pride in providing eyewear that not only looks great but also improves our customers’ vision and overall quality of life.


42-45mm. If your face is on the slimmer side, or wearing caps/hats tend to be loose.


46-49mm. Most RYAN ADDA customers are comfortable in this range. If you’re unsure, choose these sizes.


50mm – Over. If your head is on the wider side, or wearing caps/hats tend to be slightly tight.

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