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Some of us forget that it’s a good idea to wear sunglasses all year long to protect our eyes, as opposed to just during the warm weather months. So if you haven’t pulled them out from wherever you stash them, people, it’s time.
If you’re due for a new pair, consider an oldie but a goodie: Cat eye sunglasses. Different shapes, styles, and brands take turns in the spotlight, but you really can’t go wrong with this shape no matter what is going on in fashion. Cat eye sunglasses are right up there with Ray-bans and a few others as classics, but this year they are perfect because they can easily be worked into just about any fashion trend. Just like leopard print, this feline fashion item has made a “comeback” just in time to be included as a chic addition to the retro trend we are seeing right now in the fashion world. And if you’re so inclined to make this style your second or third pair, cat eye sunglasses can be filed under necessity.
Retro-loving fashionistas rock this shape on a regular basis, and it’s become a fast favorite of celebrity fashionistas. Celebrities like Rihanna, Kelly Osbourne, and Hilary Duff have been recently spotted with these fabulous sunglasses. This season, many designers have created their own versions of this iconic sunglass style. Fans of the extreme cat eye look should check out Tom Ford, or if you want something more subtle, Dior and Gucci are the designers for you.
If the bigger designer names are a bit out of your league, like most of us, you can pick a pair of these timeless treasures at just about any price. What I love most about cat eye sunglasses is they are a perfect go-to item for adding instant glamour. How cool is it that you can still look fabulous even if you’re not really feeling like facing the world? You can look effortlessly chic simply by putting on a pair and wearing lipstick. I think you can’t go wrong with the classic black on black or tortoise shell frames, but do check out some of the other frame and lens color combos. Try one of the bright or neon colors that are hot, or something unexpected, like white. Not only is this trend a necessity, but you will wear this trend right on into the next seasons, and can also wear them for years to come.