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Ray Ban, Oakley, Prada, Dolce & Gabanna, Micheal Kors, Burberry and Versace. There are so many fabulous brands and frames to choose from so how do you pick the perfect pair? Susan gives us her top tips...

#1 FASHION OR FUNCTION? Susan recommends you have a pair of sunglasses for fun and a pair that you use every day. Your fashion pair should be elegant and fashion forward something you can dress up for an event or party. Your everyday pair should be a frame to wear for a workout, to the beach or a day out shopping.

#2 TRY ON THREE PAIRS To avoid getting overwhelmed by so many frames choose your favourite three and work from there.

#3 TAKE A SELFIE The Sunglass Hut has an in-store iPad to take a photo of you and your new sunnies before you buy. Take a selfie from the front and side to see which style you like the most.

FIND A FRAME FOR YOUR FACE SHAPE

Face shape plays an important part in picking a great shape. Here's the run down thanks to the experts in store...

IF YOU HAVE A SQUARE FACE

You have features like a prominent forehead and a strong jawline. This makes you the perfect candidate for a few different sunglass shapes.

TOP PICKS Try curvier frames like round, oval, cat eye, butterfly and semi-rimless to accentuate your eyes and playfully balance a striking jawline

IF YOU HAVE A OVAL SHAPED FACE

You can pull off just about any look when it comes to sunglasses.

TOP PICKS Choose rectangle frames with a horizontal orientation to balance an oval face shape. Up-swept styles are good for complimenting high cheekbones.

IF YOU HAVE A ROUND FACE

You have soft, contoured, feminine features, and generally have a width and height that are roughly equivalent. There are a lot of great opportunities to show off your style with a nice pair of shades.

TOP PICKS Geometric shapes like horizontal frames, Wayfarers and rectangle shapes will give your face a longer, thinner look.

IF YOU HAVE A HEART SHAPED FACE

This means there’s a good chance you’ve got a broader brow and a narrow chin. You can direct attention downward or elongate your look to even out proportions with the right pair of frames.

TOP PICKS Light-colored frames, frames with thin temples, or frames with exaggerated bottoms.

Visit the Sunglass Hut team in store for some expert advice.

9/17 Jetty Rd, Glenelg