Geometric glasses and sunglasses

The Gen Z square frame: geometric glasses and sunglasses add a subtle modern twist to a classic silhouette. Suitable for almost any face shape, choose your favourite material, colour and size to best pair with your individual core aesthetic. No faff, simple frames with a cool vibe. That’s geometrics. Find our top picks below.

Traditional geometric glasses

Bold, oversized eyewear has been the go-to in recent years, and it’s not disappearing anytime soon, that’s for sure.

These thick-framed glasses by Marc Jacobs are the perfect designer pair with a traditional approach to geometric glasses.

The chunky acetate plastic is bold and powerful yet subtle, with the brown tortoiseshell colourway meaning they would pair with any and every outfit.

Want to lean into the trend but looking for a frame with longevity? These exaggerated square glasses by Viktor&Rolfcould be your perfect pair.

The dark tortoiseshell acetate creates an impactful silhouette and the subtle gold branding that finishes the design adds an allure that is reminiscent of the gothic glamour trend.

With a crisp white shirt, suit tie, blue jeans and chunky black leather shoes, these frames will tie together the outfit perfectly.

Metal geometric glasses

Modern aesthetic with a vintage twist.

The octagonal Specsavers Linseed frames are the perfect geometric glasses. Go ultra-modern with metallic accessories or trial quiet luxury chic with a neutral colour palette and trusty tailored pieces.

These geometric specs also encapsulate the Hallyu wave inspiration, with their modern and practical elegance, and delicate design.

Add everyday edge with the Specsavers Josefa geometric glasses.

The oversized, hexagonal frames are made from slim metal with a striking two-tone effect in gold and navy blue — matching the acetate plastic tips.

Pair with a navy pinstripe fit to nail trending ‘corporate’ wear out of working hours.

1970s styling has been all the rage across the eyewear space, taking inspiration from viral films and television shows.

The subtle metal take on the 70s glasses silhouette makes for quite a masterpiece with these oversized square rose-gold metal glasses by Marc Jacobs.

Elegant but standout — try pairing the frames with a simple white t-shirt and a colourful skirt, with lots of layers for the winter months to create a wonderland from your very own wardrobe.

Subtle geometric glasses

Take a step back and tackle geometric delicately in the Specsavers Dove specs.

The pale-pink crystal design and retro silhouette will partner perfectly with pearl and iridescent accessories. Your expression will do the talking with these glasses, so try wet-look glossy lids, bleached brows, and shiny lips with a pop of pink blush — leaning into the pink-crazed aesthetic.

The feminine makeup is just enough to nail the doe-eyed look with minimal effort.

Geometric sunglasses

A modern twist on a classic, 90s sunglasses frame, the Specsavers Vivionne sunglasses are a contemporary spin on the trending geometric sunglasses style.

Think high-fashion, model off-duty with these cat-eye sunglasses in a classic black glossy acetate. The thick arms are the final outstanding detail.

Combine oversized tailoring and skintight undergarments or thermals to challenge fashion norms in these frames.

More frames this way

Geometric glasses and sunglasses are truly a one-size-fits-all for every age, style or gender. We have plenty more frames for you to choose from, simply browse our collection to find more. For more buying advice, we have many guides explaining our top tips. And finally, for more style and trend advice, visit our #LoveGlasses blog.