Cat eye sunglasses picks for every face shape

Sometimes it seems like our modern sensibilities get in the way of trying new retro-inspired looks and styles. A case in point: the cat eye frame. Admittedly, when the trend first re-emerged a couple of years ago, the shapes were a bit costume-y. Over the past few seasons, though, designers like Michael Kors and Tory Burch have taken the cat eye look from severe to very wearable for nearly every face shape. If you’re in the market for a new pair of shades this summer (and who isn’t?), make sure you check out styles like the ones featured below. If you’re like me, they may just become your new favorites.

Halogen 2-Tone Cat’s Eye Sunglasses, $34, nordstrom.com
halogen cat eye.jpgRay-Ban Cat Eye-Frame Acetate Sunglasses, $130, net-a-porter.com
ray ban cat eye.jpgTwo-Toned Cat’s-Eye Sunglasses, $9.50, oldnavy.com
ON cat eye.jpgTory Burch Cat’s Eye Sunglasses, $149, nordstrom.com
tory burch cat's eye.jpgBimini Sunglasses, $15 (sale), chicos.com

chicos bimini glasses.jpgMICHAEL Michael Kors Wilmette Cat-Eye, $90, lordandtaylor.com

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