Cat Eye Sunglasses 2014
Here we weigh in on the beauty and style looks we’re currently lusting over. We promise to deliver fairly simple and easy tips, along with affordable products to help you pull them off.
Take a stroll through New York City and you’ll notice there’s a new trend making the rounds: the white, oversized mod sunglasses. It seems eeeeevveerryybody wants to be Kurt Cobain, and can you blame them? (The answer is no.) The only problem is that this appreciation is no longer the levelheaded pursuit it started out as. It’s run amok and now — as it becomes more and more difficult to distinguish one person from another — it’s basically transformed into utter chaos.
I’m not here to encourage this look. To do so would not only be trite, but also irresponsible. What I’m here to tell you is that you can still emulate Kurt’s quirky, slightly feminine style and not have to feel so entirely unremarkable. All you must do is invest in a cat eye. Why? They’re not limited to white, they come in an inordinate number of styles, and they also don’t come with your typical round- or square-shaped lenses. Below, some inspiration, and then some options…