Rectangle Glasses

Rectangle Glasses

Available in various frame materials such as acetate, metal and lightweight alloys, our edit of square sunglasses cater to an assortment of preferences. Whether you choose a classic black frame or experiment with bold colours and patterns, square sunglasses and glasses are a versatile accessory. Check out our rectangular frames for some more face-flattering shapes and styles.

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      Rectangle Glasses

      Sleek and timeless, nothing quite says contemporary style quite like a pair of rectangle glasses. A design that never dates, rectangular frames suit a wide range of facial shapes and tastes. Discover affordable and designer options in this classic design right here.

      Buy rectangle glasses online

      Our edit of rectangle glasses are easy to spot. The frames are wider than they are tall. You’ll often find they’re designed with edged frames, which gives them a sporty touch. Our collection of rectangular glasses are ready to buy online, with the option to add prescription lenses.

      The women's collection

      Adding a touch of intellectual flair, our women’s rectangle glasses are here to give wearers an air of professionalism and distinguished style. Discover rimless options, slim-line designs, and chunky models in fun colours and patterns.

      The men's collection

      Play with angular dimensions with a pair of rectangle glasses for men. Discerning and sophisticated, our edit is full of attractive designs. Find modern and sleek metal frames, to block colour designs made from premium acetate.

      Will rectangle glasses frames suit me?

      This defined-shape will suit a wide range of facial shapes, but is particularly flattering on oval and round faces. Check out how rectangular glasses suit you from the comfort of home with our virtual try-on tool.

      How to choose the right frames for your face

      Purchasing a new pair of glasses is a personal experience. It may feel a little daunting when it comes to choosing the right frames for your face. Understandably you want them to feel comfortable and look good, but you also want to express your personal style. Here’s a couple of tips to help you determine what are the right frames for you:

      • As a rule of thumb, look for glasses that are the same width as the widest part of your face. This is typically where your eyes are. This will balance the dimensions of your face, with a flattering result.

      • Opt for designs that highlight your facial features. This may be creating contrast with sharp angles, or softening things up with a round design.

      • And most importantly - go for what feels right and the most *you*.