Heart-shaped: Wide forehead and cheekbones; narrow chinChoose: Cat-eye, round.
Skip: Overly embellished glasses, says David Rose, designer for Salt Optics.
Horn detail adds a preppy twist.
Kelly green frames brighten up your face on no-makeup days.
The brown sugar shade plays up the warm tones in your skin.
Blush pink shades are a summery alternative to black.
Next: 4 flattering pairs for an oblong face shape
Oblong: Long face; narrow chin and cheeks.Choose: Oversize or wrap styles.
Skip: Frames that are too narrow for your face.
Wide, patterned frames even out a longer face shape.
Silver-toned arms keep these bold, oversized frames from looking bulky.
The hexagonal shape is inspired by the geometric designs of '50s and '60s.
Avoid sunglass blind spots with a frameless style.
Next: 3 flattering pairs for a square face shape
Oval: Balanced forehead, cheekbones and jaw.Choose: “Any shape works on you,” says Rose. Softly angular frames play up an oval face.
A tortoiseshell frame updates the classic aviator.
The lacquered half-frame is a retro touch, with a retro price to match.
Take a walk on the wild side with these tiger-striped shades.
Polarized lenses reduce glare, making them a must-have when you're poolside or dockside.
Next: 4 flattering pairs for a square face shape
Square: Broad forehead, square jawlineChoose: Round, oval, cat-eye
Skip: Sharp, geometric shapes.
Large oval frames soften a square jawline.
These subtly curved frames are perfect for anyone who wants to channel Jackie O's signature style.
Pair with a loose scarf for a "please, no photos!" dose of old Hollywood glamour.
Next: 4 flattering pairs for a round face shape
Round: Full cheekbones; narrow forehead and jaw.Choose: Wide, rectangular frames.
Skip: Round frames or colored lenses, which exaggerate fullness.
Wide frames make a fuller face seem slimmer.
A matte finish tones down lilac frames and proves that pastels aren't just for kids.
Neutrals look appropriate year-round.
The thick bridge on these frames shifts people's focus up, offsetting fuller cheeks.
Photos: Ben Goldstein/Studio D