Find Your Fit

Com­plete your favourite out­fits with the best frames for your face.

Herworld (Malaysia) - - MOG SPECIAL -

When we go clothes shop­ping, we of­ten bring our loved ones along and ask for their sec­ond opin­ion. But, some­times, we get a pro­fes­sional per­sonal stylist to help us so we don’t re­gret our pur­chase. Like­wise, when we’re look­ing for the per­fect foun­da­tion shade or lip colour for our skin tone, a store as­sis­tant will help us achieve that flaw­less look. The same goes for se­lect­ing the per­fect eye­wear, whether it’s a state­ment piece or for daily wear. How­ever, a study has shown that 91 per cent of cus­tomers strug­gle with choos­ing the right eye­wear to fit their unique face shape and style.

First im­pres­sions count

When you look at a per­son, you’ll no­tice their faces first. There’s where eye­wear comes in to cre­ate a good first im­pres­sion – and it’s as im­por­tant as strut­ting out in your best out­fit. There are many styles to pick from: the ‘Harry Pot­ter’ round glasses to the clas­sic avi­a­tor, club­mas­ter, cat-eye, and many more.

Cus­tomised shop­ping

With more choices comes the dilemma of nar­row­ing down your options and find­ing the most flat­ter­ing pair. A new cam­paign, ‘Which Frame Fits You’, ad­dresses this chal­lenge. A first-of-its-kind ser­vice, it of­fers you a per­sonal con­sul­tant at se­lected op­ti­cal stores from now un­til 28th Septem­ber 2017. Ac­cred­ited frame con­sul­tants will walk you through a few sim­ple steps be­fore you try on dif­fer­ent eye­wear. First, they’ll iden­tify what kind of face shape you have and share which styles com­ple­ment it. You’ll then move on to pick­ing the colours that would flat­ter your skin tone. All through­out this process, the friendly con­sul­tants will rec­om­mend frames to you based on your life­style and per­son­al­ity.

Celebri­ties (from left) Venice Min, Brian See and Ade­line Tsen at one of the par­tic­i­pat­ing op­ti­cians for a frame con­sul­ta­tion.

Is­abella Wong finds her fit thanks to a frame con­sul­tant

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