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When people think of a classic pair of eyeglasses, square glasses often come to mind. Whether you go for a bold, oversized style or thin, 70s style metal rims, square frames are versatile and fashionable for both men and women. If you're not sure where to start when shopping for eyeglasses frames, you want to first determine what kind of look you're going for. While some people want a more understated look, others are aiming to break the rules and look unique. Square rims can achieve either of these purposes depending on how you wear them.

What Makes Square Frames Unique

Unlike circular or oval frames that feature smooth, circular rims, square frames sport sharper angles and a more boxy shape. Rectangular and square frames might look very similar at first glance. The main difference between these two frame shapes is that rectangular glasses are wider than they are tall whereas square frames are equally tall and wide. Square eyeglasses come in both thin and thick frames, but they are most often paired with thicker plastic rims for a bold look. For this reason, square frames come in a wide variety of color and pattern options.

Who Looks Best in Square Frames

While almost anyone can pull off a pair of square frames due to their universality, people with round or oval faces may benefit most from a pair of square glasses. It can be difficult to figure out what glasses look best with your face type, especially since many people do not exactly fall into any single category. However, contrasting softer features with more angular frames can help make the face appear thinner and more elongated. Typically, people with heart, pear, or diamond face shapes should avoid square eyeglass frames

Square Eyeglasses FAQs

How Do I Know If Square Glasses Fit My Face?

Often, people look best in glasses that are opposite of their face shape. Round or oval face shapes often look best in square frames as they contrast rounded features. You can tell if the square glasses fit based on how they sit. They should be positioned in the middle of the face and fit comfortably without feeling too loose around the ears or pinching the nose bridge.

What Are the Different Face Shapes?

There are nine different face shapes a person can have, which are often affected by the width of the face at the forehead, cheekbones, and jawline. The shape of the forehead and the overall length of the face is also important. The nine face shapes are heart-shaped, inverted triangle, oval, round, square, rectangular, oblong, diamond, and triangle.

What Are the Different Glasses Frame Shapes?

When choosing a new pair of eyeglasses or sunglasses, there are several frames shapes to choose from that match a variety of face shapes and personality types. The six main styles of frames include aviators, cat eyes, browline frames, oval frames, rectangle frames, round frames, square frame glasses, and wrap-around frames.

What Do the Numbers on My Glasses Frame Mean?

If you examine your eyeglasses frame, you should find three or four numbers on the inside of one of the temples. These numbers list the lens width, lens height, bridge size, and temple length, measuring in millimeters. You can either measure your face at home to learn the right size frames for your face or get fitted at an eye doctor.

Should Glasses Touch Your Cheeks?

Ideally, well-fitting glasses should not touch your cheeks when on your face. This often means that the lenses are too big for your face or that the bridge does not sit correctly on your nose. Your frames also shouldn't move or rest on your cheeks when you smile.
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