Biscayners Fit Guide

Biscayners Fit Guide


How sunglasses fit you, might mostly depend on the shape of your face. If you don’t know your shape, we can help you out! All faces are unique and beautiful, and they tend to fall within one of these categories: Oval, Round, Square, Oblong and Heart. In this blog you will figure out which pair of Biscayners fits best for you!


If you have an Oval Face, lucky you! Most sunglasses will fit you pretty well. This means that the length of your face is more than the width, and your forehead is probably the widest part of your face. We recommend oversized sunglasses, since they are back in style and look great. 

Try: Enid, Heather, Hampton, Reef


You have a round face when the vertical to horizontal ratio is equal, and your features are soft and rounded. This means a soft jawline, and your cheeks are the widest part of your face. We recommend sunglasses that add angles and sharpness to your face, such as rectangular and square frames. Avoid round frames. 

Try: Matheson, Ocean, Warren, Cape, McIntyre


If you have a square face, you have a sharp, angled jawline and your face has minimal curves, and squared faces are usually very proportional. Go for glasses that are the opposite. We recommend round, aviators, and cat eye frames, as well as rimless frames.

Try: ButtonwoodGulf, SunriseReef, McIntyre, Heather, Robin

 Oblong- or Rectangular

Oblong or rectangular faces can pull off almost any type of frames! This type of faces are long and slim, and your forehead, cheeks and jawline are roughly the same width. We recommend oversized frames that add angles to your face, and sunglasses that match your style. Avoid narrow sunglasses. 

Try: Enid, Warren, Palmwood, Reef


A heart-shaped face's main characteristic is a pointed chin and a wide forehead. It doesn't really matter if you have a widow's peak. Think of it as an inverted triangle. We recommend round, and cat-eye frames. Avoid frames with a heavy brow line. 

Try: Heather, Sunrise, Hampton, Reef