Use our fit guide to help you find the best frame shape.

Oval

The oval face shape is longer than it is wide with defined cheekbones and is symmetrical. You can experiment with different shapes. Your only restriction is that your frames should be at least as wide as the widest part of your face,

Try: Aviators, cat-eye, round, and square shapes.

Avoid: Nothing! Your face shape allows you to wear any style!

Square

A square face shape has a strong jawline and the width of your face is about the same from chin to forehead. Try to soften your face with round frames. Square or geometric frames only enhance your already angular face.

Try: Round, cat-eye, and aviator.

Avoid: Geometric, square, and rectangle.

Heart

A heart-shaped face has a pointed chin. The best frames for your face are more narrow and rectangular. Try to stay away from glasses that are too heavy as they will emphasize your already tapered face.

Try: Round, cat-eye, and aviator.

Avoid: Geometric, square, and wayfarer.

Round

A round face shape is characterized by full, round cheeks and a wide forehead. Your face has a soft shape, wearing angular frames will balance out your face and make it appear more angular. Choose sunglasses that are slightly wider than your cheeks

Try: Square, oversized, cat-eye, geometric, or wayfarer.

Avoid: Round styles.

Diamond

A diamond face shape has a narrow forehead, high cheekbones, and a pointed jawline, Choose a pair of sunglasses that have a mixture of round and angular elements. Try not to choose frames that are drastically wider than your cheekbones.

Try: Aviator, round, cat-eye, and wayfarer.

Avoid: Geometric, square, and rectangle.