Sunglasses are the must-have accessory for summer. But with so many shapes and styles to choose from, it's sometimes hard to determine what's right for you.
Never fear, "Early Show" Style Contributor Katrina Szish has the perfect sunglasses for everyone.
Szish says it is important to first determine your face shape to steer yourself towards a trend that works for you.
OVAL FACE SHAPE
• This is the most common and universally ideal face shape.
• The length of your face is longer than the width of your face.
• Famous Oval Face: Halley Berry
TRY: Most frame shapes work with oval faces. You can get away with almost anything. Cat-eyed (the hottest trend) works well.
AVOID: Frames that are too large for your features
• Strong jaw line, pronounced cheekbones, and chin straight at bottom.
• Famous Square Face: Cameron Diaz
Jessica Simpson sunglasses, $51, Zappos.com
Nanette Lepore raindrop-print slip dress, $298, Neiman-Marcus.com
Jimmy Choo shoes, $700, Jimmy Choo.com
Kara Ross gold cuff bracelet, $275, Kara Ross NY.com
TRY: Round frames that help balance out the hard angles of a square face
AVOID: Square shaped frames that echo/accentuate angles of the face
• Wide as it is long.
• Few angles, full cheeks and rounded chin.
• Famous Round Face: Kirstin Dunst
TRY: Sunglasses that help create angles/Stronger line on top of sunglasses to counteract roundness of face and make faces appear longer and thinner
AVOID: Round frames (like John Lennon shades) that make your face rounder
Vogue plastic-rim sunglasses, $80, Sunglass Hut stores nationwide
Kohl's jacket, $60, similar styles at Kohls.com
Zara jumpsuit, $39, Zara stores nationwide
Stuart Weitzman Fetish peep-toe booties, $430, Stuart Weitzman.com
• The same rules based on face shape apply for men's.
• Men should stick to classics, like the aviator.
• Broad forehead and wide cheek bones that narrow to a small chin.
• Famous Heart Face: Reese Witherspoon
TRY: Round to balance out pronounced chin
AVOID: Top-heavy styles that draw attention upward