Fall 2010 was a big year for 70’s sunglass trends to be re-born with a tweak of new millennium fashion. Styles like the classic Aviators remained strong as one of Ray Ban’s top bestsellers. Oversized and vintage had a strong comeback to match the Jackie-O look, but one of the styles that took a giant step forward into fashion was the Cat Eye frame.
Celebrities like Diane Kruger, Jessica Alba, Scarlett Johansson and the always trendsetter Mary Kate Olsen have all been photographed wearing models like: Ray Ban Cats, and Calvin Klein shades. Even the super funky and fairly new sunglass brand: RetroSuperFuture came out with their own particular vision of the Cat Eyes (http://www.shadesdaddy.com/Super-Sunglasses-by-RetroSuperFuture-Lucia-Puma-p/285-12a1i1i146%20lucia.htm) where the name itself cannot be more feline ingenious: Lucia Puma.
Personally, any of these sunglasses in a tortoise color combination, such as: Havana, opal, topaz or a very groovy turquoise takes this look to a hotter and super cool appearance.
Of course there are bolder versions out there as well for those who like to depict an even stronger statement, as Tom Ford Nikita’s exaggerated shape and Dolce and Gabbana’s Havana on white (http://www.shadesdaddy.com/D-G-Sunglasses-DD-3046-936-8G-p/dd%203046%20936-fslash-8g.htm) so deftly demonstrate.
And if you’re the type who loves to cause an impression, you must be wondering if there is a possibility of rocking these permanently even when the sun is not shinning. Luckily, one of the most beautiful things the always revolutionary Ray Ban brand promises its loyal followers is that you can most definitely count on them (http://www.shadesdaddy.com/Ray-Ban-Eyeglasses-RX5226-5033-p/rx5226%205033.htm) to develop an entire new line of eyeglasses for those with enough confidence and desire to stand out above anyone else.