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9 Asian Fit Sunglasses That Combine Comfort & Style

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The best Asian fit sunglasses, by fashion blogger What The Fab

I recently discovered Asian-fit sunglasses, and my world is forever changed!

For me, the perfect eyeglasses accommodate my face shape while still being stylish. But this can be pretty difficult to find. 

I have a hard time finding well-fitting sunglasses because they tend to slip down my face. Even if the sunglasses are aviator style, I have to make them clamp down on my nose so they don’t fall down!

If you also have higher cheekbones and lower nose bridges than average, you know what I mean. And tbh, you can only push them back up so many times before it becomes more of a hassle than a benefit.

This is why Asian-fit sunglasses are an absolute lifesaver. 

These sunglasses are designed with our cute button noses in mind, and from the shape of the frame, to using the extra grip to keep the glasses on your face, you won’t have to worry about indents on your nose or constantly pushing your sunglasses back up. 

For years, I had been wearing sunglasses that had been 3D printed to fit the shape of my face/nose. They were amazing—lightweight, never slipped or left dents on my nose, and just so comfortable.

After all of the wear, one of the frames broke, and when I went to order new ones, I saw the 3D printing company no longer exists. Ah well, as you can imagine, they were pretty expensive anyways. So I set out to research other companies that make sunglasses with an Asian fit in mind…

Let’s get started on my top picks for stylish and functional Asian-fit sunglasses!

Shop my fav Asian-fit sunglasses below:

8 Gorgeous Asian Fit Sunglasses

1. Covry Coxa Shell

Asian Fit Sunglasses, by Blogger What The Fab
Image via Covry

Covry has some of the cutest styles out there, and I am OBSESSED. 

They are a brand completely dedicated to producing Asian-fit sunglasses, so all of its products complement faces with high cheekbones and low nose bridges. 

Now one of my favs from Covry is the Coxa Shell, which has a gorgeous pearl marbling on the frames. 

It’s just perfect for a chill, vacation vibe. The top lens is accented with marbled white, and the wide circular lens gives it a soft look I cannot get enough of. 

Since it has a wide frame, it’s perfect for square, heart, and oval faces. It has a nylon lens with 100% UV protection (of course) and adjustable silicone nose pads. 

The clear nose pads give it a firm, reliable grip, and the legs are 135mm long—so it’s well secured on your ears. 

As a bonus, it comes in a vegan leather case and cleaning cloth! 

Asian Fit Sunglasses, by Blogger What The Fab
Image via Covry

2. Covry Vega Black

Guys, as much as I love the soft look, I love the sleek, chic looks as well. I mean, variety is truly the spice of life!

The gold and black color combo is honestly one of my guilty pleasures. With a gold tip flare on each end and the sharp edge accenting the middle, I just had to give my love to this design. 

These glasses come with a polarized lens, which works to reduce glare while offering standard UV protection. However, I tried the polarized lens and it’s not for me—it has a strange effect when you’re looking at screens that makes me dizzy, and being a blogger, I def need to look at my screen quite a bit when I’m out and about!

Since the frames are a bit more rectangular, the recommended face shapes are circle, oval, and heart. I can attest that I have a very round face, and these look great on me!

And since this is a classic, black eyepiece, it goes well with almost every outfit in my closet. This always gives me an extra flair of elegance and a confidence boost!

Asian Fit Sunglasses, by Blogger What The Fab
Image via Mohala Eyewear

3. Leahi Sunglasses

I could rave on and on about how elegant these sunglasses are, but I also want to highlight their social mission. Mohala donates one week of school per pair of sunglasses purchased.

Through this program, anyone who ever bought a pair of sunglasses has contributed to providing 140+ years of school for girls! Being able to empower young girls through inclusivity in product brands is incredible.

Not to mention, these sunglasses are beyond gorgeous. 

The thin frames around the lenses give it a clean, elegant look, and the golden chain-like temples give it a charming finish. And of course, we can’t forget the clear silicone nose pads!

Asian Fit Sunglasses, by Blogger What The Fab
Image via Covry

4. Covry Vega Coconut

If we have chic, vintage, and cozy looks, it’s time we settle for a more sophisticated and feminine look. 

This Vega Coconut sunglass has a gorgeous gradient purple lens framed by coconut and pink marbling. The temple and bridge are soft pink while the earpieces call back to white—which creates a perfect balance between the two colors. 

The frames are wide enough to give you a bit of mystery while also being comfortable (which is a MUST). We shouldn’t have to sacrifice aesthetics for comfort!

Since the frames are wide set, the recommended face shapes are circle, oval, and heart. These sunglasses can really play up your femininity!

Also, tell me I’m not the only one who sees the frames as coconut lychee and pink jelly. These sunglasses are one of the CUTEST ones I’ve ever seen.

Asian Fit Sunglasses, by Blogger What The Fab
Image via Maui Jim

5. Lokelani Cat Eye Polarized Sunglasses

A timeless classic for women’s eyewear is, of course, the cat eye lenses. It exudes power while still giving you a coy look.

I really fell in love with the milky almond shade for these glasses since it softens your overall look with the color while still maintaining fierceness with its shape. 

Maui Jim put special effort into these lenses being super clear and super lightweight, so you don’t have to worry about it leaving pesky indents on your nose. Light glasses are an absolute MUST. 

Depending on your location, you also have the option to add a blue light filter on your lens as well. I mean, sometimes going to the beach doesn’t have to be all about the sun!

And these lenses are also embellished with gold accents that feel classy and sophisticated, so you know I had to put these on the list. 

Asian Fit Sunglasses, by Blogger What The Fab
Image via Maui Jim

6.  Nautilus Asian Fit Polarized Classic Sunglasses

At this point, I’m sure you can tell I love a good neutral shade. Earthy tones make me feel more grounded and calm, so you already know how obsessed I am with these antique bronze shades.

In terms of providing structural support, these glasses have translucent nose pads to help keep themselves in place.

Because of this, you might want to wear these out for short outings so that they don’t leave marks on your skin. But in the end, it’s definitely a better alternative than them slipping down your nose!

Asian Fit Sunglasses, by Blogger What The Fab
Image via Ray Ban

7. RB4378

While I love mixing and matching my shades to complement my outfits, sometimes I’m too busy to coordinate! 

That’s why these transparent pairs are super convenient. Not only are these an easy fix to any outfitting nightmare, but the design is also lowkey.

Ray-Ban rounded out the edges of a normal cat-eye silhouette, creating a simple and clean look. So you still get the outline of a stylish finish without it being glaringly obvious. 

If you’re also looking to gift someone, you can toggle between low and high bridge fits while customizing! You could totally rock a matching set with a bestie or partner. 

Image via Warby Parker

8. Warby Parker Raider 

Now that we have pops of color and more subtle styles, let’s get into something in between. These Raider sunglasses offer a range of styles starting from the classic black shades to gorgeous rose gold.

But the Polished Silver shade caught my eye because of its mature and sophisticated vibe. The aviator lens topped with silver accents creates a cool atmosphere that works with any business casual fit. 

Also, Warby Parker glasses go the extra mile in ensuring these pieces are DURABLE. The screws are coated in Akulon, the lens are stretch-resistant, and made of polycarbonate! 

And of course, you can customize these glasses to perfectly accommodate your unique frame and the width of your face.

Image via TC Charton

9. Momochi Sunglasses 

TC Charton is another great brand that focuses on Asian-fit sunglasses. Specifically, TC Charton has Asian-fit eyewear all designed by Alexandra Peng.

Alexandra has over 20 years of experience designing glasses, and TC Charton focuses on eyewear for Asian faces and facial features!

She has amazing, chic designs that focus on providing the wearer with ultimate comfort. There are prescription lenses, blue light glasses, and even regular reading glasses.

Her entire collection subscribes to making a perfect size and fits for narrower nose bridges and high cheekbones. Make sure to visit her online store sometime!

I’m beyond grateful that the market for Asian-fit sunglasses is growing. It can be really frustrating to see a cute pair of sunglasses out in the wild knowing that they won’t be able to stay on your face. 

While it’s true that sunglasses are mainly used to protect our eyes, it’s always nice to have both the aesthetics and functions instead of one or the other. 

So I got your back—these Asian-fit sunglasses are super comfortable, and of course, stylish! 

If you’re preparing early for the upcoming spring and want to snag a pair, be sure to tag me on Insta (@wtfab) so I can see how much you love these pieces!

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What does Asian-fit mean in sunglasses? 

Asian-fit refers to the structure of sunglasses. Conventional sunglasses are often built with European features in mind, so “Asian fit” refers to sunglasses that fit faces with Asian features. 

Who should wear Asian-fit sunglasses?  

Anyone who has high cheekbones and low nose bridges.

How do I know if I need Asian-fit sunglasses? 

If you often find that normal sunglasses slide down your nose to instead rest on your cheekbones, you would benefit from wearing Asian-fit sunglasses. 

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