March Pick of the Week: Cat Eye Sunnies

I just cannot get enough of the cat eye trend. I am really into the 50s lately and I have been in love with cat eye frames for a couple years now. Thankfully, I can now easily find the shape in any store–it has even trickled down to the most affordable retailers.

Cat EyesCat eye frames are attractive because they instantly make any look more feminine, yet edgy at the same time. Personally, I prefer a slight cat eye since it flatters my face shape (round/oval), plus I’m not a celebrity, so a more extreme, harder frame might be a little too much for me.

What do you think? Will you try this look for Spring/Summer?

Christian Dior oversized sunglasses
$295 – saksfifthavenue.com

Illesteva sunglasses
$260 – gargyle.com

Jimmy choo sunglasses
$232 – glassesonweb.com

Tom Ford cat eye sunglasses
$390 – dealuxe.ca

Oliver Peoples gradient sunglasses
$365 – oliverpeoples.com

Sunglasses
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Smartbuyglasses Optical Limited

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12 responses to “March Pick of the Week: Cat Eye Sunnies

  1. I’ve been looking for some great cat-eye sunnies – thanks for the links!

  2. I’ve been wanting some for a year or so but NO ONE around here has good style so I always feel like I’ll look like a weirdo! oh well…where can I find some cheap ones?

    • Be bold!! :) Try Forever 21 or Marshalls. I got some at forever a while back and recently found some Armani Exchange ones at Marshalls for about $20. I also saw some really cute ones at Express today for $30.

  3. I am absolutely going to rock the cat eye sunglasses this summer! I already have a black pair, but I want to pick up these cute lace print ones I saw at Forever 21. Only $5.50 for retro glamour. I love cheap sunglasses because I always seem to destroy them in a summer. Then I don’t feel bad about throwing them around, leaving them in my car, wearing them on my head and shoving them in my bag.

    • I totally agree! I always break, scratch or lose every single pair of sunglasses I have. I learned my lesson when I bought some designer ones on sale. Not worth it when you’re a little careless like me! :) They are good for inspiration though!

    • Try a slight cat eye with somewhat of a square shape otherwise. They are almost universally flattering! I think you can do it! :)

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