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The 10 Best Sunglasses For Men That Really Fit Your Face

Dear men, watch out. Here we show you the best sunglasses of the season. With models and materials being constantly being launched, the choice is greater than ever before. Because while aviator sunglasses dominated the fashion of men for years, the trend is now back to individualism. You can (and should) wear whatever you like. That's why classics are currently being reissued and receive regular updates. (Also read: Comeback: This eyewear trend is back - thanks to Michael Jordan)

The problem: With more and more shapes and extravagant designs, there is a high risk of using the wrong glasses. The solution: almost every face can be assigned to one of five groups - and we will explain to you which frame exactly fits your face. (Also interesting: The trend sunglasses of the Hollywood stars in summer only cost 50 euros)

Heart-shaped face

Which sunglasses go well with heart-shaped faces?

Which sunglasses go with heart-shaped faces?

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Heart-shaped faces are characterized by the fact that the forehead is rather broad, but the cheeks and chin are narrow and pointed. Aviator glasses are particularly suitable for this face shape because their width makes the forehead a little smaller and emphasizes the lower part of the face.

The best aviator sunglasses for heart-shaped faces

Classic pilots are a dime a dozen, so try a more modern design to stand out. Tom Ford designs very fashionable aviator glasses every season and is currently interpreting the classic with great attention to detail, with a double bar and an intricate frame. With its “The Nomad” frame, VIU delivers a minimalist version of the aviator glasses, which makes the face look a bit more angular and masculine thanks to the double bridge and the metal frame. (Read here: These 5 Mistakes You Should Never Make With Your Sunglasses)

Round face

Which sunglasses go well with round faces?

Which sunglasses go well with round faces?

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With round faces, both the forehead area and the chin are small and narrow, while the cheeks and cheeks are larger - and therefore more dominant. To give this head a little more edges and structure, we recommend square sunglasses. (Also read: All stars swear by these sunglasses)

The best square sunglasses for round faces

Very futuristic and extremely fashionable is one of our new favorite designs from Bottega Veneta. The angular shape is particularly emphasized by the playful temples and light glasses. Men with round faces who prefer more classic models will find what they are looking for at eYo. The eyewear expert (it's the own brand of the online shop Edeloptics) has teamed up with DJ Dan Dombrowe and launched this cool model. Not just for club kids. (Also Read: Why Sunglasses Make Everyone More Attractive)

Angular face

Which sunglasses go well with angular faces?

Which sunglasses go well with angular faces?

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Exactly the other way around is the case with men who have a very angular face. Here the forehead looks very angular due to its shape and hairline and both the cheekbones and chin are very pronounced. To take the harshness out of this face shape, the best sunglasses are simple models with round lenses.

The best round sunglasses for angular faces

Diesel's clean design is so reduced and calm that these sunglasses will adapt perfectly to a very distinctive face. The round glasses flatter the angular facial features and ensure more optical balance. It is the same with one of our favorite frames from Moscot in warm colors and with an elegant double bar - which is extra wide to make the forehead appear a little larger. (Also interesting: Not with your T-shirt! 5 tips on how to clean and care for your sunglasses properly)

Oval face

Which sunglasses go well with oval faces?

Which sunglasses go well with oval faces?

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Men with oval faces have cracked the glasses jackpot - because thanks to the very symmetrical and harmonious shape, almost all glasses shapes fit them. Our recommendation is therefore oversize sunglasses, as they put the face in an even better light due to their size - and this summer they are more in demand than ever.

The best oversize sunglasses for oval faces

These models are for real fashion fans. Dior Men is currently one of the most sought-after brands in the high fashion segment for a reason. Probably the most beautiful oversize sunglasses of the year comes from them and convinces us with the perfect mix of statement size and angular accents. Another highlight of the year is the collaboration between the Berlin eyewear label ic! berlin with Mercedes Benz. (Also Read: Are These The Coolest Sunglasses Ever?)

Elongated face

Which sunglasses go well with elongated faces?

Which sunglasses go well with elongated faces?

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There are also perfect sunglasses for men with elongated or trapezoidal faces (narrow foreheads, broad cheeks and chin). And these are probably the most popular and iconic models of all: classics in the Wayfarer or Clubmaster look. With the distinctive frame and the edges (or metal details) on the hinge, these glasses emphasize the upper half of the face and visually balance the shape of the face.

The best classic sunglasses for elongated faces

Since you have probably already owned the iconic Ray-Ban Wayfarer for a long time (if not, you will find the classic here), we would like to recommend a very special model to you this summer. Persol has reissued the legendary “714” by Steve McQueen - and we can't wait to put this honey-colored frame (which can even be folded up) on our nose. Also absolutely worth seeing are these Clubmaster-Style glasses from David Beckham's own sunglasses collection - classic and cool.