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Frame Shape Guide

Aviator

Aviator Frames

Aviator frames add height and width to the face with their exaggerated teardrop lenses.

Aviator

Best suited for

Square Face

Square Faces

Choose rounded aviator lenses to balance square jawlines and foreheads.

Oval Face

Oval Faces

Try the squared-off aviator style to highlight prominent cheekbones and narrow jawlines.

Heart Face

Heart Faces

Experiment with the classic teardrop shape to emphasize a tapered chin and wider brow.

Square Face

What is a Square Face?

A square face has more angular lines with equally wide cheekbones, forehead and jaw.

Oval Face

What is an Oval Face?

An oval face is the most versatile to fit, with slightly wider cheekbones and a gentle narrowing at the forehead and jaw.

Heart Face

What is a Heart Face?

A heart face is widest at the forehead and gradually narrows through to the jaw.

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Cateye

Cateye Frames

Cateye frames highlight and balance different jawlines with their dramatic upturned temples.

Cateye

Best suited for

Round Face

Round Faces

Choose an oversized cateye frame with a squared-off base to balance a round jaw and draw the eye upward.

Triangle Face

Triangle Faces

Consider a cat-eye frame with an exaggerated wing at the temple and a rounded base to balance and highlight a dramatic jawline.

Square Face

Square Faces

Take a calculated risk with a sharp cateye style for a dramatic contrast to angular features.

Round Face

What is a Round Face?

A round face has softer angles with slightly wider cheekbones and an equally wide forehead and jaw.

Triangle Face

What is a Triangle Face?

A triangle face is widest at the jaw and gradually narrows through to the forehead.

Square Face

What is a Square Face?

A square face has more angular lines with equally wide cheekbones, forehead and jaw.

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Oval

Oval Frames

Oval frames subtly soften and elongate angular features and square jawlines.

Oval

Best suited for

Square Face

Square Faces

Try an elongated oval shape to draw the eye across the face for the illusion of added width.

Heart Face

Heart Faces

Look for ovals that taper at the sides to complement and mirror a narrow chin.

Triangle Face

Triangle Faces

Play with oval frames that have a strong brow along the top to balance a wider jaw and elongate a narrow forehead.

Square Face

What is a Square Face?

A square face has more angluar lines with equally wide cheekbones, forehead and jaw.

Heart Face

What is a Heart Face?

A heart face is widest at the forehead and gradually narrows through to the jaw.

Triangle Face

What is a Triangle Face?

A triangle face is widest at the jaw and gradually narrows through to the forehead.

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Rectangle

Rectangle Frames

Rectangle frames provide clean, sharp lines to juxtapose soft, rounded features.

Rectangle

Best suited for

Round Face

Round Faces

Look for oversized and bold rectangular shapes that will add structure and definition.

Oval Face

Oval Faces

Look for longer, narrower rectangular frames that sit above defined cheekbones.

Triangle Face

Triangle Faces

Try a strong, straight brow with a wide lens to balance a narrow forehead.

Round Face

What is a Round Face?

A round face has softer angles with slightly wider cheekbones and an equally wide forehead and jaw.

What is an Oval Face?

An oval face is the most versatile to fit, with slightly wider cheekbones and a gentle narrowing at the forehead and jaw.

Triangle Face

What is a Triangle Face?

A triangle face is widest at the jaw and gradually narrows through to the forehead.

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Round

Round Frames

Round frames are a bold look that contrasts angular features and exaggerates rounded ones.

Round

Best suited for

Square Face

Square Faces

Think about vintage-inspired frames with a slight wing at the side to offer a dramatic contrast to angular features.

Triangle Face

Triangle Faces

Go big and bold with rounded glasses that square off at the top to soften wide jaw lines and widen narrow foreheads.

Round Face

Round Faces

Embrace and exaggerate a rounded face with equally round, bold glasses.

Square Face

What is a Square Face?

A square face has more angular lines with equally wide cheekbones, forehead and jaw.

Triangle Face

What is a Triangle Face?

A triangle face is widest at the jaw and gradually narrows through to the forehead.

Round Face

What is a Round Face?

A round face has softer angles with slighly wider cheekbones and an equally wide forehead and jaw.

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Retro Wingtip

Retro Wingtip Frames

Retro wingtip combines clean lines with a dramatic wing to balance rounded features and widen narrow foreheads.

Retro Wingtip

Best suited for

Round Face

Round Faces

Bold wings and straight lines will add definition and width to a rounded face.

Oval Face

Oval Faces

The wide brow and tapered lens of the classic retro wingtip mirror this ideal face shape.

Square Face

Square Faces

Look for narrower versions with a more rounded base to soften square jawlines.

Round Face

What is a Round Face?

A round face has softer angles with slightly wider cheekbones and an equally wide forehead and jaw.

Oval Face

What is a Oval Face?

An oval face is the most versatile to fit, with slightly wider cheekbones and a gentle narrowing at the forehead and jaw.

Square Face

What is a Square Face?

A square face has more angular lines with equally wide cheekbones, forehead and jaw.

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