Teresa Black and Silver Thin Cat-Eyed Plastic Size 49 Women's Petite Glasses For Small or Narrow Faces

Teresa in Black and Silver

(2 customer reviews)
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Thin, lightweight, and pretty. Subtle cat-eye shape gives a feminine appearance without being overstated.


  • Thin metal won’t overwhelm your face.
  • Light-colored lower rim makes them less obtrusive on small faces.
  • Small size lens width 49 makes them ideal for petite faces.


***Lenses not available. Take frames to any optician for prescription lenses.


Additional information
Lens Width


Bridge Width


Temple Length


Lens Height



Cateye, Rectangular


Black and Silver



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5 out of 5 stars

2 reviews

What people are saying

  1. One person found this helpful

    They all fit!

    Most of my life, I’ve struggled to find the right glasses for my narrow face. Coupled with a high prescription, it was nearly impossible to find frames that worked. I would have one, maybe two options to pick from and often felt like I was settling.

    I tried on several pairs of Petite Glasses and they all fit! It gave me the choice to pick the style I wanted, not just the pair that fit. When I showed my sister, she said “you can finally wear a cat eye!”

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  2. Anonymous

    I Finally Love My Glasses!

    I’ve hated glasses my whole life because I could never find flattering frames to fit my face. I’d go from optical store to optical store and try on hundreds of frames and maybe have a couple of iffy choices in ugly styles. My lenses are very expensive, so paying $800 for something you don’t really like is a sad affair. Plus, I dislike plastic frames (on me). They overwhelm my face and are just not my style. But I could never buy metal frames because my prescription is high (-6.00) and even though I get the thinnest lenses possible, they are thinnest in the center and get thicker towards the edges. The bigger the frame, the thicker the edges of the lenses, so a metal frame was off limits.

    Until these. I have cute, adorable frames in metal THAT FIT MY FACE! These are so flattering and what I’ve been searching for for decades. I was worried while they were at the optician’s that the lenses would still be too thick and they’d look stupid, but nope! They stick out a little near the points of the cat eye shape, but still look fine. So if you are very nearsighted like me, never fear. You CAN get metal frames!

    Do I sound happy? YES! I’m so glad to have found this site. And what could be easier than trying styles at home for free and keeping those you like?

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