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Ever Present Past: Cat Eye Glasses

Ever Present Past: Cat Eye Glasses

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Sometimes it’s better to go against the trend. Oversized round frames have been co-opted by the hipster crowd. The proper response would of course be to do the complete opposite and embrace cat eye glass frames. Brigitte Bardot is absolutely stunning in her cat eye glasses. Make sure that you pick the size and type appropriate for your face shape.

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These wonderful vintage frames are from the 1950s and similar to Bardot’s. The top of the cat eye is a metallic bronze and the lower half is clear. These frames would flatter someone with an olive or darker skin tone.

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These vintage cat eye glasses are prominent and dark. They hint at the stereotypical naughty secretary. These vintage cat eye glass frames would look best on pale skin. The contrast of light and dark would be complementary and flattering.

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These vintage 1950s silver cat eye glasses have rhinestones! Cat eye vintage frames are not for wallflowers. These frames are for the bold ladies who like to make a statement. The winged tip, silver frame, and aurora borealis rhinestones all add extra drama and flair.

If you want to be bold, sexy, or make a statement, cat eye glass frames are for you. Visit your eye doctor for prescription lenses or try a mail in service such asĀ http://lensesrx.com. You mail in your frames with a valid prescription and they put in the lenses. I did this, but because I have an astigmatism and opted for thinner lenses it ended up being about $75 and not $19.95.

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