Craving Cat-eyes

Ready to rock out in a new pair of sunnies? Sunnies is most definitely a fake word that I found out whilst reading my Instagram and Twitter feeds, and  fashionable blogs like The Glamourai and I am not sure I even like it. It’s sunny, so what?  Even so, it sounds cooler than sunglasses, so let’s go with it for the sake of this post. I have recently done stories on mini bags, what to pack for the beach, and which bandeau to choose for this incredible spring that we are experiencing… La di da..ho ho hum. So its only natural to move upwards on the body towards the accessory that lay on the bridge of our noses. I must admit, I have collected a few pairs of sunnies over the years, but I’m not one to misplace these babies as I put a lot of thought into what goes in front of my eyeballs and on top my head when I’m indoors and want to be inconspicuous. The cat eye infatuation began when I saw a Warby Parker sunglass booth outside the Pulse exhibit at Art Basel back in December. I tried a few pairs on, but nothing hit me. It got me thinking that it is really important to try on lots of frames because although cat eye frames are having a moment, face shapes don’t change. I almost titled this post “Look at crazy me”.

Alexander McQueen sunnies: Get the look here from House of Harlow. Photo by Michael Crook

 

Here is my selection of cool sunnies from white to black, classic and fancy, to last you through the season. Which ones will you wear? I need to know. I happen to be loving the top right white shades. From left to right we go. Click here to buy the look. Missoni, Asos, Stella McCartneyHouse of Harlow 1960Rebecca MinkoffLinda FarrowThe RowTom FordKaren WalkerKaren WalkerMiu MiuElizabeth and James.

Get them while they’re hot. And sunny. See ya on the flip side slim shady~ !