Sunglasses To Flatter Every Face

BATD ON Jul 08, 2013 AT 9:15 am

In lieu of the recent beautiful weather, and venturing into the bright new world beyond the office, we’ve been happily shading our faces and sporting our favorite sunnies.

Easily one of the simplest summer accessories to add  extra oomph to your outfit, we shamelessly – and defiantly – buy pair after pair. But are you wearing the most flattering pair for your face shape? Because even if they’re this season’s must-haves if they don’t suit your face they’ve no place in your wardrobe.

Sunglasses to flatter every face

So, we’ve rounded up the most flattering sunglasses for every face shape. . .


Reese Witherspoon

Heart- Shaped Face: You’ve got a heart-shaped face if you’ve got a wide forehead, narrower jaw line, high cheekbones, and a narrow chin.

Best Sunnies: Retro cat-eyed sunglasses to accentuate your features.



Jessica Alba

Oval Shaped Face: This shape is characterized by balanced proportions, a narrow forehead and jaw line, a chin that is slightly narrower than the forehead, and typically high cheekbones.

Best Sunnies: Oval face shapes suit all sunnies, so take your pick, spread your sartorial net and hit the trends face on!



Michelle Williams

Round Shaped Face: A round face has an equal width and length and is characterized by soft curves with few angles, if any.

Best Sunnies: Choose a pair with square or angular frames to add definition.



Lea Michele

Square Shaped Face: A square-shaped face is characterized by a defined jaw, square chin and broad forehead. It is usually proportional in length and width.

Best Sunnies: Go for some round sunglasses that will best highlight your features.




Sarah Jessica Parker

Long Face Shape: If your face is longer than it is wide, you’ve got a long face shape. It is characterized by being narrow from the top of forehead to the chin, with rounded edges.

Best Sunnies: Oversized! They give the illusion that you have a shorter and wider face.



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