Are You Wearing The Wrong Pair? How To Pick The Right Shades For Your Face

Whatever your hair color or face shape, we guarantee we’ve got the most flattering sunnies for you.

Cat-Eye

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Looks Best With: Heart-shaped faces (broad forehead, smaller chin, distinguished cheekbones).

 

Pictured: Olivia Palermo stepped out in Wunderkind Cat’s Eye Sunglasses in Brooklyn last month.

Tortoiseshell

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Looks Best With: Flecked with brown, black, and amber, tortoiseshell is flattering to all hair colors with the exception of white and gray.

 

Pictured: Sienna Miller sported Karen Walker Anywhere Sunglasses ($280) in Tortoiseshell on a recent outing in New York.

Illesteva

Leonard II ($280)

Wayfarer

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Looks Best With: A round face shape (well-proportioned face with soft angles).

 

Pictured: Reese Witherspoon was spotted in L.A. wearing Ray-Ban New Wayfarer Sunglasses ($130) in Black.

Warby Parker

Madison Sunglasses ($95) in Rum Cherry

Round

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Looks Best With: Square-shaped faces (angular jaw, square chin).

 

Pictured: Alexa Chung donned Miu Miu Brown Glitter Sunglasses ($249) in New York last month.

Wildfire Couture

Bel Air Sunglasses ($179) in Pearl 

Pink

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Looks Best With: Reddish or blonde hair with cool undertones (platinum and ash).

 

Pictured: Carey Mulligan wears a pair of dusty pink, retro-inspired shades at LAX in December.

Aviator

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Looks Best With: As with the cat-eye, these work best with heart- shaped faces, but they’re generally flattering on most face shapes.

 

Pictured: Miranda Kerr was spotted in Manhattan recently wearing Prada Pilot Sunglasses ($330) in Gold/Brown.

Oversized

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Looks Best With: Oval-shaped faces (narrow features, proportions that are more long than wide).

 

Pictured: Gwen Stefani wore Stella McCartney Rounded Cat Eye Sunglasses ($190) to lunch in West Hollywood.