Celebrity style sunglasses for your face shape

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Carey Mulligan's geometric style

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Coachella already brought out the funky sunglasses just in time for summer, and now the style stars at Cannes are busting out their Hollywood glam shades. Bold and distinct shapes are just as statement-making as the crazier sunnies, so take a cue from these chic ladies and work some interesting sunglasses that are a perfect fit for your face shape.

Here's how to know which shapes work best for you:


If Your Face Is Heart-Shaped...

Try oversized frames with intricate details. Carey Mulligan's geometric style—brings out her cheekbones and keeps the right proportions. Plus, the sorta pentagonal shape in dark tortoiseshell makes her shades stand out from the crowd of basic sunglasses.










Rooney Mara went with moody oversize cat-eyes

(Rooney Mara / Getty Images)

The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo, er, Rooney Mara went with moody oversized cat-eyes. A roomy rounded frame at the bottom adds width to the silhouette, and sharp points at the temples soften the forehead.

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Emma Watson

(Emma Watson / Getty Images)

If Your Face Is Oval...

These oval girls have it really good because they can pretty much wear any shape or style of sunglasses, and it works. (I know.) But to me that means they have to search extra hard for a unique pair of sunnies.

I'm loving Emma Watson's take on the go-to cat-eyes with these retro-oversize and thickly rimmed white ones. I'd expect no less!






Isla Fisher

(Isla Fisher / Getty Images)

If Your Face Is Round...

Super-cute round faces work best with angular shapes, which elongate the face and features. The Great Gatsby's Isla Fisher opted for these thickly rimmed, gold-adorned, and jet-black rectangular sunnies for an effortless jet-setting look.









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