Cat Eye Sunglasses

Sunglasses - what's in and what's out? Ray Ban Originals have come and gone. Cat Eye sunglasses are the pick for 2011!

So where should you get a pair? Well, there are two groups of people...Group A - People who invest in a quality pair of sunglasses that will last a long time. Group B - The under $20 people that constantly lose, sit on and break their sunglasses. I am in Group B.

I'm usually all about quality over quantity, but I can't keep a pair of sunglasses to save my life. Anyone else out there?

So, here are some options for both groups...

Urban Outfitters is a great place to find trendy glasses under $20. I really like the Starlight Sunglasses ($14) in pale pink. They have a retro Palm Springs vibe that I'm really into right now.

Betsey Johnson has a fantastic pair of tortoise shell glasses for $65, and you can also find them at Urban Outfitters.

For the lovers of quality, high fashion sunglasses look no further than Tom Ford. You can have extreme, designer cat eyes for an investment of $360.

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Cat Eye

img-thingOver sized "cat eye" sunglasses have made there way onto the scene. I suppose it's a natural progression from aviators and classic Ray Bans. I just found a really great pair for $12.99 at Target (can't find them online). Here are some I found on