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Dior Audacieuse Metal Cat Eye Sunglasses & Prada Tortoise Shell Cat Eye Sunglasses

Choosing sunglasses that frame your face rather than what’s currently trending can make the difference between looking hot or not!

 

Golden rule for everyone: Choose styles that are the opposite of your face shape!

Heart-Shaped Face: Wide forehead and cheekbones, narrow chin

Ray Ban Aviator & Ray Ban Wooden Wayfarers

Goal: You want to broaden the appearance of the jaw line and minimise the width of your forehead. To balance the proportions of your face, go with shades that are wider at the bottom, like aviators, or fuller all around like oversized, rounded Jackie O sunglasses.

Oblong Face: Long face, narrow chin and cheeks

Anna Sui Sunglasses & Diane von Furstenberg Alexandra

Goal: Go for wide frames, such as oversized round sunglasses that create the illusion of having a shorter and wider face. Stay away from narrow or small frames! They only emphasise the length.

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Oval Face: Balanced forehead, cheekbones and jaw

Heart Metal Sunglasses & Miu Miu Cat Eye Sunglasses

Goal: You’re lucky – any shape works on you!

Square Face: Broad forehead, square jawline, wide chin and cheekbones

Vintage Chloe Classic Round Frame Sunglasses & Vintage Inspired Round Cat Eye Sunglasses

Goal: Soften and balance a strong jawline. Look for round, oval or curved frames, which will contrast your square face and provide balance.

Round Face: Full cheekbones, narrow forehead and jaw

Dior Audacieuse Metal Cat Eye Sunglasses & Prada Tortoise Shell Cat Eye Sunglasses

Goal: You want to counteract the fullness of the face. Wide frames will balance the fullness and rectangle and square-shaped sunglasses add angles to your round face.

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