What sunglasses suit my face

When shopping for sunglasses, it can be challenging to know which styles best suit your face shape. Thankfully, our new virtual try-on tool helps you quickly determine which pair fits perfectly on your face shape.

When selecting frames for an oblong face shape, Rose suggests selecting frames with interesting details at the temples and thin frames in fun patterns to help create width and balance out facial features.

Square Faces

When selecting sunglasses for square faces, there are a few key styles that work well. These include browline glasses, round and oval frames, as well as aviator sunglasses.

Browline glasses are a great option for those with square face shapes, as they draw attention to your facial angles and lines without overshadowing them. Furthermore, browline glasses add some height to your profile so you don't appear too narrow or boxy.

Oval glasses are an ideal choice for square face shapes as they draw attention away from your jawline's strength while softening it. Furthermore, these timeless glasses look flattering on all skin tones.

Aviators are the perfect accessory for square faces as they draw attention to your attractive features while adding a cool and trendy style to your ensemble. You can wear them with anything from jeans to suits - the versatility makes them the ideal choice!

Round Faces

Round faces are one of the most versatile face shapes, offering a vast range of flattering options for stylish protection from the sun.

A round face features soft curves and distinct lines from the jaw to the brow. Cheekbones tend to be full, while the chin is typically rounded.

Frames that add contrast and balance the shape of your face are an effective way to draw attention to the features on your face. Generally, rectangular, aviator, or cat-eye frames work best for round faces.

On round faces, oversized sunglasses can look great; just make sure they're large and wide enough to completely cover your eyes (smaller circular sunnies may exaggerate the natural roundness of your face).

Are you searching for a pair of glamorous sunglasses? Free People offers these oversized aviators. Crafted with tortoiseshell print and gradient lenses, they have 100% UV protection to keep your eyes safe in the sun.

Oval Faces

Oval faces have an attractive balance of features. Due to their smooth angles, they can wear virtually any frame style; there are plenty of glasses that will look great on them.

Round frames add a feminine touch, while rectangular ones sharpen the facial features and elongate the face. Cat-eye and Wayfarer shapes bring out natural angles and perfectly complement oval faces as well.

However, oversized frames may distort the proportions of an oval face, so be mindful. Experiment with different styles to find which ones work best for you!

Aviator sunglasses are our go-to for this facial shape, as they offer the ideal balance. Try the Leo aviator frame with dark thin rims for a classic aesthetic or the Ash vintage aviator for an irreverent vintage vibe.

Diamond Faces

Diamond faces are one of the rarest face shapes, featuring a narrow forehead, wide cheekbones and pointed chin. Celebrities like Angelina Jolie, Blake Lively and Miranda Kerr often sport this shape in their portraits.

Selecting sunglasses that flatter your face shape is an effective way to draw attention to the most prominent features and minimize any less attractive ones. Diamond-shaped faces should opt for sunglasses which accentuate these prominent features while masking any less desirable ones.

When selecting sunglasses to complement a diamond face, there are three popular styles: square glasses, round frames and cat-eye shaped frames. Squared aviator glasses will soften the straight, sharp lines of a diamond face while cat-eye shaped frames draw attention to your brow area while softening its angularity.

Oval-shaped frames can also be paired with a diamond face, as their circular design helps soften and balance out its sharpness. Butterfly frames also look great on diamond faces due to their curved edges and rounded top rims.

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