Tokyo Tort Square Cat Eye Sunglasses

Tokyo Tort Square Cat Eye Sunglasses

I’ve been on the hunt for the perfect cat eye shades, and these tortoiseshell beauts have got to be the pair for me. I was always a classic black sunglasses kind of girl; never opting for much bling or embellishments. But lately, I’ve just been loving rich textures and classic patterns that have come and gone out of style over the past decades, iconic styles such as argyle, houndstooth, paisley, chevron, and of course, tortoiseshell. These frames have a dramatic lift at the corners for just the effect I’m going for that will look great with hair worn down or up. I also like that the lenses are plenty tinted; I never go for anything semi-sheer for personal style preference but also since my pupils are extremely sensitive to light. At $98, I think these sunnies are a bargain and even a justifiable cost if they end up being a trend I never return to. You never know… I might change my mind again in another few years.

Square Cat Eye Sunglasses / Tokyo Tort
by Kamali Kulture / Norma Kamali
$98.00

OMG buy me THIS.

Photo credit: Les Nouvelles

Miu Miu Pentagon-Frame Acetate Sunglasses

Miu Miu Pentagon-Frame Acetate Sunglasses

While I’ve been loving the popular cat eye sunglasses lately, I’ve also been loving other bold geometric shapes like these pentagon shades by Miu Miu. The gradient lenses give these sunnies a retro vibe and the glossy black frames and gold arms give it everyday wearbility. If you can afford these beauts, I think they’re a fabulous find for spring and summer that will catch everyone’s attention.

Pentagon-Frame Acetate Sunglasses
by Miu Miu
$335.00

OMG buy me THIS.

Photo credit: Net-A-Porter

RB4105 710/51 FOLDING WAYFARER

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I’ve always been a huge Ray-Ban kind of girl and this season I’m excited to start expanding my sunglasses horizon! I’ve got my eyes (literally) on these fabulous Folding Wayfarers in Light Havana, which is basically their classic tortoise print. I think it’s a really nice change from basic black and will be perfect for those long summer days!

Folding Wayfarer
in Light Havana/Crystal Brown Gradient
by Ray-Ban

$155.00

OMG buy me THIS.

Photo credit: Ray-Ban

Warby Parker Mabel

Warby Parker Mabel

Looking for the perfect shades that will turn heads? Look no further than Warby Parker’s Mabel, a hexagonal frame reminiscent of the 1950s and ’60s. Featuring polarized lenses and two options of trim colors, these are the perfect shades to channel your inner doe-eyed diva. For the prescription wearing ladies out there, these glasses can also be ordered in your prescription, which is hardly ever as accessible or affordable with other brands. Not only are these frames vintage whimsy at its finest, the company stands for a larger mission that warms us up inside. For every pair sold, Warby Parker gives a pair to someone in need, helping developing communities get vision services and create jobs. At only $95 to you or I, what’s not to love about that?

Mabel
in Gimlet Tortoise, Greystone
by Warby Parker
$95.00

OMG buy me THIS.

Photo credit: Warby Parker

Marc by Marc Jacobs Side Stripe Sunglasses

Marc by Marc Jacobs Side Stripe Sunglasses

I already know, the sharp angular shape of these stunners won’t be for everyone. As a lady with large expressive facial features, I look for a bold shape to help frame the face, and not make my nose or ears, particularly, seem any larger than they already are. These sunglasses from Marc By Marc Jacobs are the perfect amount edge and angle for a lady like me, who doesn’t like too much crazy embellishment on the arms (with the exception of the Prada Baroques). There’s just no question – I will be living in these spectacles all summer long.

Side Stripe Sunglasses
by Marc by Marc Jacobs
$110.00

OMG buy me THIS.

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