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I have a huge head -- no joke. Women's hats definitely don't fit, headbands squeeze mercilessly, and when it comes to finding glasses that look and feel good, forget it. At least, that's what I thought until I found Fetch Eyewear. (For the record, I discovered this awesome label after Googling "glasses for big heads." True story). Not only does Fetch have a pair to suit any size or shape of noggin -- including a guide to what might be best for your particular head and face shape -- the styles are cooler than cool, rivaling any designer brand. Plus, you can order six frame styles, try them on at home for seven days free of charge, and choose your fave. They are also mega-affordable at just $85 to $125 per pair.
Fetch founder Ann Sacks tells us that the label is about to get even better: There are several new options for men's and women's lenses and frames set to launch this summer, as well as a program that will allow customers to personalize their lenses for the ultimate in face flattery.
Wait, there's more! By far the most fabulous thing about Fetch is that the Portland-based company, whose tagline is "Eyewear for Animals," donates 100 percent of profits to the Pixie Project for animal rescue and adoption. Yep, 100 percent.
What's not to love?