Despite the recent chilly weather, spring is just around the corner. And you know what that means–it’s almost prime sunglass season. While most of us do rock a pair of shades year round, at the start of the warmer seasons, we often like to stock up on new pairs. Here’s your chance to shop this season’s hottest sunglass trend: large cat eye sunglasses.
Whether you’re a classic aviator kind of gal or you like to push the boundaries and experiment with new styles, like these super tiny sunglasses that every fashion girl seems to be wearing right now, you can never have too many pairs of shades.
This year street style is all about pushing the limits and turning heads–and the latest sunglass crazy is no exception. These extreme cat eye sunglasses are large and in charge–but in a totally good way.
Yes, you’ve probably tried on a pair of classic cat eye sunglasses, but have you ever worn anything like these extreme cat-eye sunglasses? They are edgy and sleek, and somehow make a girl feel a bit devilish (but like, in a Devil Wears Prada kind of way).
Nothing says fashion more than a pair of statement sunglasses worn with confidence. You’ll certainly look like you know a thing or two about style if you walk around wearing a pair of these babies.
Shop these fun and trendy statement shades below and rock the extreme cat-eye sunglass look, yourself.
TOMS Lusia Rose Tortoise ($67.99, originally $139.95)
Tortoise pattern is in this year. Rock it on a pair of statement sunglasses like this one that’s on sale right now!
Go for a more classic look, while still playing with the trend of large cat eye lenses, with this black pair of shades.
The clear frame on these sunglasses makes them look super retro and fun.
While the cat eye shape is more subtle on this pair of large sunglasses, they still count!
This pair of retro shades is available in 8 colors, including this sparkly shade.
Looking to try out more sunglass styles for spring? Check out where to buy those tiny sunglasses everyone is wearing right now and these statement-making embellished shades on SHEfinds.
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