Full rim glasses from EyeBuyDirect might sound self-explanatory. Simply put, the frames fully enclose the lenses, but don't underestimate the variety available to you. Our sturdiest, most durable, and most impact-resistant option, full rim eyeglasses come in endless colors, styles, and sizes.
Full rim eyeglasses comprise the majority of EyeBuyDirect eyeglasses. These bestsellers come in plastic, metal, titanium, and wood texture materials. Need more style options? Use our filters to find exactly what you want.
A solid choice for your eyewear, square full-rim glasses are many people’s first choice of eyewear shape — and for good reason. This dependable style provides great visual coverage while looking classy and stylish.
Round Full Rim Eyeglasses
Round eyeglass frames with full lenses are simple and effective. Narrow round rims are vintage and chic, while thicker plastic and acetate rims in this shape are more modern and open to extra style features like keyhole nose bridges and hinge studs.
Trapezoid-Shaped Full Rimmed Glasses
The trapezoid shape is traditionally a style of sunglasses, but it brings tons of style to full rim eyeglasses, too. The distinctive trapezoidal shape is a classic that suits a variety of face shapes, while the chunky nose bridge keeps them sturdy and highlights the browline of this full-frame glasses style.
Colors and Textures for Full Rim Glasses
The Tortoiseshell pattern is timeless and ever-popular. Usually made with acetate or plastic, they are light and flexible. You can find tortoiseshell full-rim eyeglasses in the classic brown coloring or choose to be a little more adventurous with a more modern take on this frame color.
Matte Black Frames
Black is easily the most popular shade for full-rimmed glasses, and matte black gives you this color without the shininess. Choosing matte black gets you a frame with an extra-modern aesthetic without being too bold.
Clear Full Rim Eyeglasses
Clear full-frame glasses are all the rage right now. You can go fully transparent for a bright and eye-catching style, or choose a tint to add a little extra personality to your eyeglass frames. Either option is a safe choice for an on-trend set of eyeglasses.
Lightweight frames weigh 15 grams or lighter without the lenses.