How to Choose Square Sunglasses for Women

When you’re looking for square sunglasses, it’s easy to get overwhelmed by all the options. There are so many different shapes and styles to choose from! But once you know what type of face shape you have, it’s easy to narrow down your search. Just follow these simple steps.

Determine your face’s dimensions

Before you can determine which shape of sunglasses will be the best fit for your face, you must first take some measurements. Measure the width of your face at its widest point. Next, measure the length of your face from front to back in a straight line. If you wear glasses or have narrow eyes, measure the width of each eye separately and add them together for a final measurement. You should be looking at numbers between 5 inches (12 cm) and 8 inches (20 cm). A common mistake is to assume that all square sunglasses will fit perfectly on everyone’s face — this is not true! When determining which pair works best for you and your unique facial dimensions, remember that it’s always better to err on the side of caution than risk having an ill-fitting pair staring back at you every time you look in a mirror or glance over at someone else wearing their own pair.”

Find the right frame shape

There are three main types of frames to choose from: cat eye, aviator and round, each with their own pros and cons. If you have a round face, go with round sunglasses to balance out the shape of your face. While if you have an oval-shaped face (which means it’s longer than it is wide), choose aviators or cat eyes for added length.

If there’s one thing that’s certain about sunglasses, it’s that they can make or break an outfit—and since we’re aiming for “break,” let’s start by choosing the right frame size! Here are some tips on picking out square shades that suit different body types:

  • Smaller faces should opt for smaller lenses; these will create more definition in facial features while making eyes appear larger overall. For example: A petite person who wears a small pair of glasses. They’re not too big or heavy on a smaller face which makes them feel more natural (and also makes it easy to see where they’re going). Conversely someone like Taylor Swift who has larger features might want something bigger so as not upstage her striking cheekbones!
  • Large faces should try extra large lenses; those with ample cheeks and foreheads can benefit from wearing frames that add bulkiness around the sides of their heads instead of just below where most people naturally look first when meeting new people—not being able to see any part of someone until after speaking with them makes conversation awkward at best (or impossible!). For instance Shailene Woodley looked stunningly beautiful wearing large pairings. This type of style gives off sophistication without being overbearing because its shape adds dimensionality without sacrificing comfortability.

Here is a video about how to find your face shape and the perfect sunglasses.

You can choose square sunglasses to make you look better, or, at least, not worse

If you’re looking to round out your collection of sunglasses, or are just getting started, square sunglasses may be a good choice for you.

In general, square frames lend themselves well to most face shapes and sizes. They can make those with a rounder face look more angular and those with sharper features look more youthful. If you’re not sure what type of frame will work best for your face shape and size, it’s best to consult your local optometrist before making any purchase decisions.

We hope you’ve found our advice helpful. It may seem like a lot of work to pick the right pair of shades, but once you know your face shape and the basics of how to choose sunglasses, it should be easy enough. Just remember: don’t go for just any old pair! Make sure they fit comfortably on your face, complement your features (and maybe even make them look better). The last thing we want is for you to look better when wearing these amazing glasses. But if all else fails? Don’t worry—we still love you no matter what!

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