When it comes to sunglasses, there's no such thing as one size fits all. Before you set your sights on new frames, consider which sunnies will work best for your face shape.
Juxtapose a round face with rectangular frames; sharp angles add structure to soft, curving lines.
Chelsea sunglasses, $159, toms.ca.
Oval shapes work with myriad silhouettes, but if your face runs long, bring balance with oversize or aviator sunnies.
Jill sunglasses, $128, jcrew.com.
Cat-eye sunglasses are best for heart-shaped visages (a wide forehead with a narrow chin). Skip oversize styles to keep the look classic and pretty.
Valentino Blonde Havana sunglasses, $259, clearly.ca.
If you have a square face or a strong jawline, opt for round frames in a light or pastel hue: Pale palettes will help soften your angles.
Sunglasses, $13, hm.com/ca.
Our favourite summer picks (from top):
C4 x Susie Wall Grace sunglasses, $145, claudiaalan.com/c4.
The Eye of Gina sunglasses, $130, swatch.ca.
Blythe sunglasses, $218, toms.ca.
Kate Spade Deandra sunglasses, $182, thebay.com.
Bird sunglasses, $145, warbyparker.com.
Salvatore Ferragamo sunglasses, $375, marchon.com.
Lacoste Black Yellow sunglasses, $119, clearly.ca.
This article originally appeared in the July 2016 issue of Canadian Living Magazine.
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