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Your face shape is probably the most important part about choosing glasses or sunglasses. And a good place to start if you’re stuck. So have a good look at yourself in the mirror, get familiar with common face shapes like oval, square, or heart-shape and find out what to look for in your next pair.

Oval
  • Oval
  • Heart-Shaped
  • Round
  • Recetangle
  • Square
  • Triangle
Sunglasses and glasses for oval faces

Your oval face shape means you have a combination of soft and angular lines. Lucky for you, almost all frame shapes will suit you, so you can
be as adventurous as you like. Go bold with a geometric or oversized
style or opt for something more subtle with a teacup shape.

Sunglasses and glasses for heart-shaped faces

Heart-shaped faces feature both soft and straight lines, so the world’s your oyster when it comes to glasses shapes. We’d recommend going for a Clubmaster-inspired style or a cat-eye frame to complement your face shape. You’d look great in an
Aviator-style pair too.

Sunglasses and glasses for round faces

We recommend you go for styles that complement your soft and curved features. Round glasses will look great on you – play it safe with metal styles or go bold with colourful
acetate.

Sunglasses and glasses for rectangle faces

Sunglasses and glasses for rectangle faces Rectangular faces generally have a deeper forehead, longer nose, with a stronger jawline. You’d really suit glasses or unglasses with a strong brow line in a deep, square shape. Steer clear f rounded, softer frames that won’t make the most of your angular features.

Sunglasses and glasses for square faces

Your defined jawline means you have a great face structure for angular frames. To omplement your features, we’d recommend square or rectangular styles. Or you can go bold with cat-eye or geometric shapes.

Sunglasses and glasses for triangle faces

Your face shape is more tapered, with a defined jawline that goes perfectly with more angular frames. Complement your features with cat-eye and rectangular shapes, or if you want to make a statement go for an extreme cat-eye or defined square-shaped frame.

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