Round and oval frames will look great on you.
Bottom heavy glasses
Go for glasses that looks heavier or have more details at the bottom than at the top of the glasses.
Frames with thin or light-colored frames will look great on you.
Thin low-set temples
Go for glasses with thin-low-set temples or even rimless glasses to compliment your face shape.
Avoid top heavy glasses and dark frames.
Go for short necklaces with curves. Go for a choker, collar or a princess length, since they break up the vertical line that occurs with a heart-shaped face. Also a large pendant on a short necklace will be great on you.
If you want a longer necklace, take a long necklace and circle it around the neck once or twice to create both shorter and longer shapes.
Circular neck wires, omega chains and short bib-style necklaces can also be a great look on a heart-shaped face.
Avoid opera length, long V and long Y(lariats) styles.
Balance a narrow chin by making your face appear wider at the jawline. Choose earrings where the widest part of the earring is next to the jaw line. Go for inverted triangular, fan-shaped dangling earrings and other space-filling designs like teardrops, chandelier styles and hoops.
Curvy designs will look especially flattering on you, as they will soften a sharp chin.
Avoid small earrings, large studs/bottom earrings, long narrow designs and feather shaped earrings.
Go for any neckline with a strong horizontal line, or a necklines like boat neck, bateau, crew, Sabrina, off-shoulder, turtleneck and mock-turtleneck.
Avoid V-neck, open collared shirts (unless it’s bottomed up to create a turtleneck), sweetheart, Queen Anne, scoop, strapless and other plunging necklines.