Which Sunglasses Will Suit Me Most?

Which Sunglasses Will Suit Me Most?

The sun’s finally starting to shine on a semi-regular basis and, giddy with excitement, you reach for your sunglasses only to find last year’s beauties are distinctly broken or, quite frankly, doing nothing for you. Treat yourself to a new pair this summer; not only are they a fun accessory in their own right, but their protection is of paramount importance. Which style of sunglasses will suit you best though? We’re going to talk you through typical face shapes and our favourite Littlewoods pairs to go with them.

Oval Face: If you’re blessed with an oval-shaped face, you’ll be pleased to know that your options are pretty varied. Practically any style will suit you, so experiment to the max. How about the amazing Ava Oversized Sunglasses – Tortoiseshell? Or, if you prefer, the Kristen Metal Chain Detail Aviator Sunglasses are an exciting pair that are sure to impress.

Round Face: Wide, rectangular pairs are recommended if you have a very round face. We think the Istanbul Classic Wayfarer Style Sunglasses would be a great choice because their flattering shape would encourage slight elongation. Available in black or peach, they’re a bargainous £24 too.

Heart Face: If you have a wide forehead and narrow jaw, you can’t go wrong with on-trend cat-eye styles or metal frames with a rimless bottom. Look to the Lucy Cats-Eye Sunglasses or the Cairo Clubmaster Sunglasses – Black for inspiration and see which pair take your fancy.

Square Face: The Ray-Ban Jackie Ohh Sunglasses are undeniably perfect if you have a square face. It’s best to go for round or oval shapes to add feminine curves and this beautiful pair boast that, along with 50s glamour and the essential UV sun filter 3 protection.

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Which sunglasses style have you found to suit your face shape?

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