Jasleen with her warm undertone tilts towards black. Other options are camel, gold, copper, coral, and tortoise.
Your frames should contrast your face shape. So, if you have a round face, invest in angular frames that will lengthen your face. Oval shapes should pick wide frames to maintain the natural balance of their shape. Diamond-shaped faces have a narrow jawline and broad cheekbones. Highlight your eyes and cheekbones, look for rimless or cat-eye shapes.
The frame should rest on your face comfortably; they shouldn’t fall, slip out or too tight. Other than that, make sure the frame size should be in scale with your face size. Try at least 50 different styles and shapes to know what fits you best.
As tempting as it may be, avoid picking roadside cheap glares. Invest in fewer but original eyewear. Choose classic styles: aviators, wayfarers and round frames, so you can use them for many years without worrying about trends.