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Sunglasses for Square Faces

Round and oval glasses are the best choice for people with square faces. The key to finding your perfect pair? Choose frames that give contrast to your strong facial features. Sunglasses for square faces are some of the boldest and expressive. Take a look below at the best sunglasses for square faces.

Beat back the sun with the best sunglasses for square faces:

Round sunglasses

It's obvious, but round sunglasses frames are a great addition to any summer outfit. Try wearing them in metal, and they're even better.

Round sunglasses

Gold Disclosure -  Metal Sunglasses

Gold Silver



Colored oval sunglasses

Flirty and fun. A pair of colored oval frames can do the trick. We all know that the key to searching for the best glasses for square faces is to soften the strong angles you have. Adding in a wild pop of color will give you that vital effect and make a bold statement at the same time.

Colored oval sunglasses

Emerald Green Sun Kyoto -  Acetate Sunglasses

Emerald Green Clear Yellow

Sun Kyoto$56


Browline sunglasses

Flirty and fun. Cat-eye glasses are a vintage classic that can bring a refreshing twist to any outfit.

Browline sunglasses

Tortoise Somebody New -  Vintage Acetate, Metal Sunglasses

Tortoise Black

Somebody New$59


Want to know if you have a square face?

Step in front of a mirror and check yourself out. From the top, people with square faces have broad foreheads that are wider from side to side. Their cheeks are not angled and placed higher like on other faces, but remain in line with the other features on their face. Lastly, a clear sign is the shape of the chin. A square face's most telling characteristic is a strong horizontal jawline. Feel like this description fits you? You're in luck — EyeBuyDirect has got hundreds of different sunglasses for square faces that'll bring your style to life, regardless of aesthetic.


If you have a square face, it's easy to be confident and loud with your sunglasses. However, there are still some things to keep in mind before you make your selection. As an accessory, eyewear is meant to balance and contrast your facial features. This means that it's best to avoid sunglasses that are rectangular or square. Why? Adding even more angles to your strong and proportioned face might make your face look too wide and rigid. Another tip is to stick to darkly colored frames. A round frame that is too lightly colored won't give as much contrast to the lines in your face as it could in a darker color. Keep this in mind, and you're already on the way to finding your perfect pair.

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