The Right Frame for the Right Face

The frame shape you choose can emphasize your best features, which is why it is a large part of the decision process. Along with your style preference, we recommend choosing your frame shape based on your facial structure.

Rectangle Frame

Rectangular frames are a common choice because almost anyone can pull them off. They are especially a good choice for people with oval, round or heart-shaped faces wanting an angular and slender frame.

Rectangle Frame

Square frames are best for those with round and oval faces because they provide an angular shape. If you want a retro look while feeling intellectual, these are for you.


The Wayframe keeps you looking sophisticated, yet fashionable. If you want to stay trendy, this is the frame for you. It’s a popular look for almost every face shape.

Round Frame

Round frames give off a classic, retro vibe but are difficult to pull off. These frames are recommended for those with square, rectangular, or oval-shaped faces..

Cat Eye Frame

Cat Eye frames are a perfect choice if you are a fashionista, looking to be the center of attention. Stay sassy and confident with this look. They are an excellent choice for many faces, but especially for oval and rectangular shapes..

Oval Frame

Oval frames are a good choice for people looking for a modest look. They are like rectangular frames in the way they look good on most face types wanting a slender look. These are best-suited for people with square, rectangular, oval, or heart-shaped faces.

Aviator Frames

Aviator frames are one of the most popular styles, especially when choosing sunglasses. They fit nearly any face shape and are recommended for those who want to make a strong statement.

Glasses Frames for my Face Shape

Our Frame Shape Recommendations

Diamond-Shaped Face

Diamond Face
Rectangle, Oval, Cat Eye frames

Diamond-shaped faces are rare with full cheeks, yet a narrow forehead and jawline. Go with a rimless or oval frame with a strong brow line to balance your face. You have unique features, so feel free to have fun with your frames! Choose a delicate look if you do not want to accentuate certain features.

Heart-Shaped Face

Heart-shaped face
Rectangle, Oval, Round Frames

Heart-shaped faces are widest at the forehead and have a narrow chin with high cheekbones. Your goal with frames is to draw attention to the top of your face. A slightly wider frame adds balance to your facial features and the width of your face. A rimless style is especially flattering if you’re looking to soften your angular features, along with lightly colored. Try to avoid bottom-heavy, oversized, and busy frames.

Round-Shaped Face

Round Face
Rectangle, Square, Wayframe

Round shaped faces should choose sharp-angled frames to add the illusion of length to your face. Your proportion is relatively equal in length and width, so you want to avoid small and round frames that will hide your features. Wide and angular frames can add extra definition and depth. Consider full-rim and supra (semi-rimless) frames!

Square-Shaped Face

Square face
Oval, Round, Wayframes

Square faces are widest along the jaw and forehead, so you have many options when it comes to picking a frame that will flatter your features. Choose a dark and rounded frame to soften your angular features, making your face stand out. A great place to start are rimless and semi-rimless frames that sit high on the nose. This adds length and flatters this face shape.

Oval-Shaped Face

Oval face
Rectangle, Oval, Square, Round, Cat-eye

An oval face allows for endless options. You can rock a unique frame shape or color! An oval-shaped face has higher and slightly wider cheek bones and narrows towards the forehead. This long, rounded shape allows you to pull off any style.

You may want to stay away from narrow frames or heavy designs because they may add unnecessary length your face.