These designer prescription glasses are made to accommodate most prescription lenses.Made of titanium, the frame is hypoallergenic and super light and strong. Made of metal, the frame can be easily adjusted for a perfect fit with your prescription lenses. Your frame purchase includes free standard shipping charges, and manufacturer packaging. You can add doctor verified prescription lenses, add custom polarized lenses, and many other lens options if you desire them. Like all Badgley Mischka products, the Badgley Mischka Royal provides the sophisticated and classic look that we all need. Badgley Mischka Royal frames have a rectangle shape, which helps to balance rounded facial features. Frame shape is the most noticeable feature of a pair of glasses, followed by frame color and frame size. Top brands always have a large collection of rectangle frame shape glasses, as well as oval frame shape glasses.Badgley Mischka Royal frames feature a fashionable full frame design, which is the largest component of designer eyeglasses brands collections. A rim all the way around the lenses, provides for maximum stability and durability.Designed for adults, this model has a Spring type hinge for greater comfort.Standard skull temples can be easily adjusted to fit perfectly behind your ears.This frame has a total width of 132mm.1-year warranty. The warrantee by the manufacturer covers manufacturer's defects for the frame. As an online optical superstore, we can help to process a warrantee for you with the manufacturer, according to their return policy. See all Badgley Mischka Badgley Mischka Glasses Badgley Mischka glasses are the invention of Mark Badgley and James Mischka, who have been hailed by Vogue as one of the “Top 10 American Designers” and as the darlings of the Hollywood set. The design duo have made their mark in their Badgley Mischka glasses line, and over the past two decades with glamorous, stylish and wearable evening wear and accessories. There is a unique synergy between the talented duo, who met while studying at Parsons School of Design in New York. They share a similar aesthetic about clothes and the way people dress.