Find Your Style
Sunglasses can completely make or break your look. They are not only essential for protecting your eyes but are also a fashion accessory and choosing the right one is extremely important.
Light, ivory and golden undertones. May have freckles
Very clear light blue and green, light brown
Golden blond, auburn, strawberry blondes
Soft colours, coral, green, peach, camel, golden brown and aqua
Black and white, bright colours
Spring have warm skin and light hair. Veins look green. Springs look best in gold jewelry.
Very pale and pink undertones. Will have pink cheeks.
Light eyes, soft colours rather than bright. Blue, blue green
Light blond to medium blond.
Pale blue, dusty pink, teal, mauve, lavender, plum and pale yellow
Intense vivid hues, earth tones or black and white
Low level contrast with their skin, hair and eyes. Summers are mostly natural blonds. Veins look blue. Summers look best in silver jewelry
Peach, golden beige and golden brown. Will have golden undertones
Golden brown, earth tones, green hazel and turquoise with red hair
Golden brown, red heads, dark brown with red or gold highlights
Rich golden, spicy earth tones, beige, warm greys and dark brown
Clear bright colurs, pastels and blue tones.
Autumns have a lot of depth to their skin tone. Veins look green. Autumns look best in gold jewelry.
Pale or porcelain, pink undertones. Dark with blue or red undertones
Dark brown or bright blue
Dark brown, black, salt and pepper and white
Intense, rich colours. Black and white, navy blue, red, purple and hot pink
Earth tones, pastel, beige and gold
Winters have high contrast with their skin, hair and eye colour. Veins look blue. Winters look best in silver jewelry.
Face Shape Guide
Face is longer than wider with balanced features.
Keep the face from looking too long.
Width no wider than widest part of the face. A strong bridge will draw focus to the center of the face.
Same width length. Jawline is round and full. Cheekbones round and widest part ofthe face.
Add definition and length while reducing width.
Square or rectangular frames add angles. Plastic frames in darker colors bring attention to eyes.
Face is longer than wider. Jaw softly rounded.
Shortening face's overall appearance.
Wider, deeper frames. Round and square frames accentuate balanced features.
Slightly longerr than wide. Jawline is long and slightly pointed.
Narrow forehead and add width at jawline.
Oval or square frames with curved edges and upward sweep help.
Slightly longer than wide. Narrow forehead and chin.
Create balance between narrow forehead and chin.
No wider than cheekbones. Soft curves like ovals help to even out face.
Symmetrical features with forehead and jaw about the same width. Jawline is broad and square.
To lengthen face and soften jawline.
Frames that sit high on bridge lengthen face and draw focus from jawline.