Whatever your hair color or face shape, we guarantee we’ve got the most flattering sunnies for you.
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.
Cat Eye D-Frame Sunglasses ($460)
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.
Leonard II ($280)
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.
Madison Sunglasses ($95) in Rum Cherry
Wayfarer Folding Flash Lenses ($165) in Black
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.
Bel Air Sunglasses ($179) in Pearl
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.
Helter Skelter Milky Pink ($329)
Craze Cat Eye Sunglasses ($90)
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.
Luxe 24k Rose Gold Sunglasses ($1, 040)
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.
Glamazon Sunglasses ($24)