Get designer frames in Peterborough by visiting Nelms Opticians. With over 1,000 frames to choose from, we have the perfect style for you. We are a locally owned, independent and a preferred Peterborough optical store for customers of all age groups as we carry a wide range of frames suitable for men, women and children. We combine a great selection with a dedicated staff that will guide you through all of the options available to you. Nelms Opticians takes pride in creating a welcoming, no-pressure environment where you can take the time you need to find the perfect pair.
Learn more about the brands we carry by clicking on the logos found on this page. If you prefer, simply stop by and see us or ask a question through our contact form. If you know the exact brand and style you want, feel free to fill out our order form. A member of our team will contact you as soon as possible.
When you are buying new eye glass frames, there are quite a few things to consider. One is the shape of your face. If you have a round face, try rectangular frames. For an oval face, look for frames that are as wide as the broadest part of your face or a teardrop shape. If you have an oblong face, choose deeper frames that add width to your face. If you have a square face, try a narrow or oval frame.
Colour, Size and Style Considerations for Your Frames
As far as colour goes, you should try to match your facial skin tones as best as possible. We may not wear the same colour clothes every day, but your eyewear colour should complement your outfits. Look for a frame shape that lifts your face on the sides, follows your eyebrow curves and brings out your natural colours so it doesn’t make you look pale. Whether or not it’s a plastic or metal frame is a personal preference. Plastic is non-allergenic, but a lot of metal frames are also non-allergenic. If this is an issue, please talk to our staff at time of purchase. There are many colours, shapes, sizes and styles available to suit your personality, lifestyle and budget.
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