If you're like me, you wonder from time to time whether your sunglasses are still meeting style requirements.
It's hard to keep on top of what's stylish in sunglasses. One minute, Ray-Bans are all the rage, the next gigantic square frames are where it's at.
Well I'm here to tell you that the latest look is an oversized cat eye frame.
Check out Nicole Richie, for example, in her own House of Harlow 1960 Cat Eye Sunglasses (Singer 22, $138).
Showy? Check. Attention-getting? To Die For? Check.
However, don't fret ladies. Not all cat eye frames are this ... out there.
There are plenty of modified cat eye sunglasses that are both stylish and highly affordable.
Want to see them? You know what to do ...
I just might have to pick myself up a pair of these pretty Dana Buchman Cat Eye Sunglasses (Kohls, $19.99 on sale). They come in tortoiseshell and black and the price is phenomenal. And P.S. Use the codes FREECCDEC for free shipping and NEXTORDER20 for an additional 20% off your order! That makes these sunglasses just $15.99 plus your local sales tax if there's a Kohls in your state!
Or go retro with these adorable Betty Cat Eye Sunglasses (Anthropologie, $28).
For a more traditional look, how about these Betsey Johnson Cat Eye Sunglasses (Urban Outfitters, $65)?
Tight on funds? Urban Outfitters also carries this more reasonable pair of Cat Eyes (Urban Outfitters, $14). They come in brown as well as these peach frames.
Finally, Bloomingdale's offers us this pair of Cat Eye Sunglasses by Aqua (Bloomingdale's, $58), available in brown and black.
What do you think of the new cat eyes?