Proportional Frames: With an oval face, you have the freedom to choose from a variety of frame shapes.

Consider frames that are as wide as the broadest part of your face to maintain balance. Round, square, and rectangular frames tend to work well.

Frame Size: Choose frames that are in proportion to your face size. Avoid frames that are too large or too small, as they can disrupt the natural balance of an oval face.

Frame Width: Look for frames that are slightly wider than the broadest part of your face. This will help maintain the oval face's natural symmetry.

Frame Shape: Almost any frame shape can work for an oval face. However, square or geometric frames can add angles and structure to the soft contours of the face.

Bridge Style: Oval faces generally have balanced proportions, so you can choose from various bridge styles, including keyhole, saddle, or straight bridges.

Temple Style: Pay attention to the temple (arm) style of the frames. Temples with some detailing or embellishments can add interest to your look.

Avoid Overly Thick Frames: While oval faces can carry off many frame styles, it's best to avoid frames that are excessively thick, as they can overwhelm the face's natural features.

Consider Cat-Eye Frames: Cat-eye frames, which have an upswept outer corner, can be a flattering choice for oval faces as they add a touch of vintage glamour and emphasize the cheekbones.