Finding the right sunglasses for your face shape is no easy task. With so many different styles of frames, it can be daunting to shop for a pair of designer sunglasses online – however, The Hut is here to help.
Ray-Bans are one of the most iconic sunglasses brands around: recognised globally, their collection includes Wayfarers, Aviators and Clubmasters – but which pair is right for you?
Your Face Is | Roughly the same in width as it is in height; round faces have no sharply-defined jawlines or pointed chins, with a soft, feminine look to them.
Celebrity Face Shape Twin | Jennifer Lawrence, Cameron Diaz, Emma Stone and Ginnifer Goodwin all have round faces.
Your Ray-Bans Are | The Ray-Ban Wayfarer; perfect for elongating round faces, the geometric shape of the frames adds angles and lines to the softness of your shape.
Your Face Is | Hailed as the perfect face shape, oval faces are slightly narrower than they are wide, with no jutting-out cheekbones or jawlines – just beautiful subtle contours.
Celebrity Face Shape Twin | Eva Mendes, Beyonce, Gisele and Jessica Alba are a few of the lucky ladies blessed with an oval face shape.
Your Ray-Bans Are | Any and all – those with an oval face can get away with almost every pair of sunglasses, so play around with colours, finishes and sizes when choosing your Ray-Bans.
Your Face Is | With an angular bone structure, a square face is extremely striking: think a wider jawline – the same width as the hairline, too.
Celebrity Face Shape Twin | Keira Knightley, Olivia Wilde and Rachel McAdams all rock a defined jawline and square face shape.
Your Ray-Bans Are | Ray-Bans with a curved shape are ideal for those with a square face – frames with rounder lenses, such as Aviators, do a great job of balancing out jawlines and will certainly get heads turning.
Collector of rose-gold homeware, scented candles and quirky photograph frames, I’m a Southern girl living in Manchester passionate about fashion, beauty and interiors. When I’m not writing about beautiful things, I can be found fashion blogging, or exploring my new Northern home.