Oval Shaped Faces

5 Best Glasses for a Heart-Shaped Face

Posted Nov 6, 2018 | Fashion & Trends

A heart-shaped face is broad at the forehead and gradually narrows toward the chin. The contours of a heart-shaped face usually look best with small rectangular glasses, square frames, or aviator-style lenses. If you have a heart-shaped face and are looking for frame suggestions, you’re in luck! Here are five of our favorite glasses for people with heart-shaped faces:

1. Longchamp LO2615 Glasses for Women 

Cat-eye frames provide a fun retro callback without being dated. We love the prominent metal hinges and Longchamp branding on the temples, and the cat-eye lenses work for women with heart-shaped faces.

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2. Gucci GG0490O Glasses for Men 

Rectangle frames are a classic look that highlight your unique features. We love the two-tone arms that give flare to a traditional frame shape.


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3. Salvatore Ferragamo SF2164 Browline Frames for Men 

Don’t worry, we didn’t forget about the guys! Salvatore Ferragamo makes a strong showing with the SF2164 browline frames – a great choice for men with heart-shaped faces and a sense of style.

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4. Calvin Klein CK18707 Men’s Glasses

The subtle, sleek design of these frames looks good on anyone, but the rectangular lenses make them especially well-suited for men with heart-shaped faces. The CK18707 glasses are an elegant option sure to earn you compliments.

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5. Diane Von Furstenberg DVF5073 Women’s Glasses

Combining class and sass, the Diane Von Furstenberg DVF5073 frames stand out for all the right reasons. With several colors to choose from, including three tortoise shell options, you can find a version that suits your personality and works for a heart-shaped face.

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More Glasses for People with Heart Face Shapes

At Eyeconic, matching people with the perfect eyewear is kind of our thing. That’s why we encourage you to explore the site for more great glasses, including tortoise shell frames, clear frames, and vintage-style glasses. You can even connect your VSP, Cigna, or MetLife vision benefits to save on prescription eyewear. With all this variety, finding a new pair of glasses is going to be a lot of fun.