Retro rectangle shaped sunglasses are taking over TikTok as they're universally flattering for all face shapes - and Amazon has a 'super cool' $10 pair available in 33 colorways

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Look at any fashion influencer on TikTok or Instagram and you’ll see that rectangle shaped sunglasses are the trend of the summer.

But if you’re not sure about stepping away from the comfort of your large oval shades or want to test the waters before ditching the aviators, the most cost-effective way to try rectangle shades is with the BUTABY sunglasses on Amazon.

Although the prices are as low as $10.15 on some BUTABY styles, including classic black, or $15.25 for a pack of two, they’re durable so they’ll last as long as you want to wear them

BUTABY Rectangle Retro Sunglasses 

Try something new without spending a lot of money with these angular frames. 

The retro look has been spotted perching on the noses of models such as Kendall Jenner and the Hadid sisters as well as all over TikTok.

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Designer style for less: The Butaby retro rectangle shades on Amazon are just $10.15 but are a way to copy the trend started by models and TikTok influencers

Designer style for less: The Butaby retro rectangle shades on Amazon are just $10.15 but are a way to copy the trend started by models and TikTok influencers

It might be more often than you’d expect, given that they have full UV400 eye protection and they flatter most face shapes.

Those with round faces can benefit from rectangle shaped frames to add some bone structure while those with shorter faces find glasses that are wider than their face make it longer.

Several of the 17,000 Amazon shoppers who’ve rated the BUTABY sunglasses a full five stars on Amazon say they always get compliments when wearing them while others praise the quality given the affordable price.

‘I bought this set for a fashion statement but they are so well made I wear them every day,’ praised one impressed Amazon shopper. ‘I’ve had so many complements, all my friends tried them on and they look good on everyone. Get them!’

The BUTABY retro rectangle shades are available in 33 colorways including leopard so you can be as wild or as subtle as you desire

The BUTABY retro rectangle shades are available in 33 colorways including leopard so you can be as wild or as subtle as you desire

Another added: ‘These are my new fave! Might need a few more colors! They’re very sturdy and durable for the price…I get compliments on them CONSTANTLY. I like them better than my designer glasses honestly!’

The lightweight frame is sturdy enough to keep its shape and withstand being dropped but light enough so it fits your face comfortably and won’t leave marks on your nose.

The hardest decision you’ll have to make is what design to try first. Whether you like classic, chic black or leopard print sunglasses or want to make a statement in beige or a pink frame with a pink lens there are 33 options to suit all tastes.

Be playful with pink frames and pink lenses - starting at $16 for a two-pack they look a lot more expensive than they are

Be playful with pink frames and pink lenses - starting at $16 for a two-pack they look a lot more expensive than they are

A two-pack of leopard frames is just $15.25 so you can split it with a friend and they're just $7.60 each

A two-pack of leopard frames is just $15.25 so you can split it with a friend and they're just $7.60 each

With the two-packs now at $15.25, you could opt for a pair featuring one safe style like black alongside a more daring color like pink.

That’s two pairs of sunglasses that will look great all season for the same cost as one cocktail at the beach.

Inspired by the TkTok trend of rectangle sunglasses Amazon has a 'super cool' $10 pair

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