Choosing sunglasses and glasses to suit your face shape
Sunglasses and glasses for oval faces
Lucky you, your oval facial features means you have a combination of soft and angular lines. That means you'll fit the majority of eyewear. Go bold with a geometric or oversized style or opt for something more subtle.
Sunglasses and glasses for round faces
We recommend you go for eyewear styles that are in contrast to your soft and curved features. Square glasses with strong framing will provide nice dynamics to your face. Steer away from small and round frames as it will overshadow your natural facial features. Go for square, rectangular, cat-eye, wayfarers, oversized, aviators, navigators, and geometric frames.
Sunglasses and glasses for heart-shaped faces
Sunglasses and glasses for square faces
Your defined jawline means you have a great face structure for angular frames. To complement your features, we’d recommend narrow or rectangular styles. Or you can go bold with cat-eye or geometric shapes.
Sunglasses and glasses for rectangle faces
Rectangular faces generally have a deeper forehead, longer nose, with a stronger jawline. The frame you choose should have be square or round with a low temple arm attachment, and preferably be soft in shape. Aviator-style models are a classic model that would fit your face well.
Sunglasses and glasses for triangle faces
Your face shape is more tapered, with a defined jawline that goes perfectly with more angular frames. We recommend that you complement your features with cat-eye and rectangular shapes.