The quest in finding the perfect pair of sunglasses is no easy feat. In lieu of trying on every style and Googling which silhouettes work best with your face shape, simply turn to square-shaped frames as the solution. Whether dramatically oversized or petite, the best square sunglasses expertly navigate the balance between classic and contemporary. The angular style encompasses a range of shapes — wide rectangles, symmetrically boxy squares, and even oversized quadrangles, which guarantees that there’s a design out there that’ll complement your face no matter its shape.
With more sunny days ahead, now is the ideal time to ensure you have a solid rotation of frames to accessorize your outfits with. Ahead, you’ll find 20 pairs of square sunnies that match a range of aesthetics. Searching for a funky, ‘70s look? Gucci’s square frames with yellow lenses will put you in the retro mood. Or, if you want a pair that has a futuristic, new wave edge, try Aperçu’s rectangle-meets-oval shades from its collab with the ever on-trend influencer, Alyssa Coscarelli. In addition to an array of styles, TZR’s broad selection of square-shaped sunglasses features two pairs that are already it Girl-approved: Emily Ratajkowski loves Ray-Ban’s black wayfarers while Gigi Hadid is drawn to the slim tortoiseshell shades from Australian brand Reality.
Scroll on to find an assortment of square sunglasses that make for great additions to your warm-weather wardrobe.
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Just because the frames themselves are on the more rectangular side it doesn’t mean you can’t play with other shapes. This pair of whimsical, geometric shades from the Aperçu x Alyssa Coscarelli collab would pair perfectly with your favorite breezy summer dress and tennis sneakers.
If you study Emily Ratajkowski’s street style looks, this pair from iconic sunglass brand Ray-Ban might look familiar. Pair with a matching black suit, as EmRata tends to do, or aim for a more carefree look and go for a free-flowing midi skirt and a graphic tee.
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