For those with round face shapes (think Emma Stone) and fuller cheeks and a softer jawline, make friends with wider frames that work with your angles, not against them.
7% of all Aussies have a square face shape (think Angelina Jolie), with equal proportions in width and length, square face shapes suit frames that sit higher, for example, cat-eye styles which soften their angular features.
3\ Heart shape
If your face is best described as a wider forehead with a more pointed chin (think Kourtney Kardashian) then balance your shape with wide, upturned lenses.
If your face is more oval in shape (think Jennifer Lawrence) you’ve been blessed by the glasses, gods. You’ve got a lot of freedom when it comes to choosing your frames as most styles will work for you. Our advice, go bold with oversized frames and thicker frames.
So you’ve got the glasses but not quite sure how to style your new frames with your wardrobe? Francesca recommends ... “Play into some of the season’s coolest throwback trends. Wire frames are best worn with cardigans (yes, they’re back!) or a checkered blazer."
If you haven’t already heard, it’s chic to be a little nerdy.