Men’s Sunglasses

Guide to Men’s Sunglasses: Your Perfect and Stylish Pair 

Guide to Men’s Sunglasses: Your Perfect and Stylish Pair 


A stunning pair of sunglasses can elevate your look from ordinary to spectacular. Sunglasses provide a stylish element to even the most basic clothing.


Despite saying that, not all sunglasses are created equal. Many men pick a pair at random and hope that it will look fine with any attire and facial shape. If you choose the incorrect option, your new sunglasses might quickly turn you from style hero to zero.


There are several factors that are sometimes ignored when selecting a high-quality pair of sunglasses. Facial shape, skin tone, sunglass color, and frame silhouette/size all play a factor in whether or not a pair of glasses complements your face.


“Let fashion kick in with a pair of shades.”

– GQ

Sunglasses, like many accessories, evolved from a very practical purpose: shielding your eyes from the intensity of light in order to improve your eyesight when it is obstructed by light. They are no longer basic, functional objects. They are, without a doubt, a means to express personal style and flare, with some people purchasing several pairs to match the correct pair of shades with their attire, occasion, and mood.


Sunglasses were first created in the 18th century. It wasn’t until the Golden Age of Hollywood in the 1940s and 1950s that sunglasses became a casual item — then worn by celebrities to make them less recognizable. In the following decades, styles, particularly those for males, drew largely on military inspirations. And this leads us to discuss several types of sunglasses, beginning with Aviators.




Guide to Men’s Sunglasses: Your Perfect and Stylish Pair 


The name reflects the military influence. Aviator sunglasses were designed for pilots in the 1930s and generally include tear-drop-shaped lenses, a double bridge in between, and a metal frame, however, plastic or acrylic alternatives are available. They were popular again in the 1960s with the Beatles, and again in the 1980s with the film “Top Gun.” As well recently when a new “Top Gun” movie came out in May of this year. 



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Round-frame sunglasses are associated with hippie culture, 1990s crime films, and 1970s music artists such as Elton John and John Lennon. They’ve made a reappearance in recent years, and the style has remained mostly identical, with medium-width round lenses and metal or clear acetate frames. Actor, Samuel L. Jackson is especially fond of this style. 

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Ray-Bans Wayfarers are possibly the most popular kind of sunglasses in the world. As a result, there are several modifications and imitations, and Ray-Ban today provides four distinct types of wayfarer designs! Ray-Ban Wayfarers were first created in 1956 and enjoyed some success before falling out of favor by the 1970s. Today, Wayfarers are still worn as must-have everyday sunglasses. 

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clubmaster sunglasses

Another timeless design. Some may refer to this as a wayfarer variant, although Ray-Ban launched it as a separate half-rim frame with a horn shape on top and a circular bottom. The design is mostly unchanged now, although there are a few more angular variations. This style in particular is not as worn today but they made it into our collection since they are the classic pair that might come back into trends!

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How do I Choose Sunglasses for my Face Shape?

The shape of your face is arguably the most significant factor to consider when selecting a pair of glasses. Because every one of our faces is unique, there is no “ideal” pair of sunglasses for everyone (though some do come close). To guarantee you look your best while safeguarding your vision, choose a pair of glasses that complements the features of your face and jawline. Specifically for that, we made a small cheat sheet that can help you navigate easily. 

Sunglasses face shapes
celebrities faceshape sunglasses

For Round Faces :

round face sungalsses

Round faces have softer edges and the broadest area of the face is the cheekbones. Leo DiCaprio is a well-known star with a round face; choose glasses with corners and avoid round lenses, which will accentuate the roundness of your face.

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For Oval Faces:

oval face sungalsses

While fundamentally similar to round faces, oval faces are distinguished by somewhat wider and higher cheekbones, a height that is more than the breadth, and a forehead that is slightly wider than the chin. Oval faces complement the majority of frames and lenses stylistically. Zac Efron and Chris Hemsworth are two celebrities with oval features. Unlike round faces, oval faces benefit from larger frames; nonetheless, make sure your sunglasses do not overshadow your face’s characteristics.

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For Square Faces:

square face sungalsses

Square faces are comparable to round faces in that the height and width of the profile are basically the same, but the cheekbones and jawline are broader and more pronounced.

Square faces may be found on Tom Cruise, Brad Pitt, and David Beckham. Rounder frames might assist soften the contours of your face, whilst edgier frames can emphasize the sharp features of your face. Choose frames that are on the thinner half of the spectrum, since thick ones might make your eyes appear small in compared to the rest of your face.

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For Inverted Triangle Faces:

triangle face sungalsses

Inverted triangle faces are similar to heart shapes in that they have narrow cheekbones and a pointed chin. The jawline is extended, yet the chin is somewhat lower and sharper than the rest of the face. The forehead is also somewhat bigger as it narrows down to the chin.

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Choosing browline sunglasses that are broader at the top than the bottom (and so have more visual weight) can assist direct the emphasis to the middle of your face, elongating your facial shape and enhancing your features. Frames that are overly blocky or have sharp corners will most likely clash with the natural contour of your face. Similarly, avoid frames that are excessively thin, as you want your sunglasses to draw attention upward without being overbearing.

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