I think they are more commonly described as ‘cats eye’, but when it comes to Topshop, these are retro-style Cateye sunglasses. Read more
The dominance of oversized shapes on the sunglasses market of recent years appears to be shifting, but there's always a retro element for designers to look to. This pair of Green Wendy Sunglasses from Fred Flare offer an immediate vintage look without opting for clichés.
Oversized shades have stayed at the forefront of mainstream fashion for many summers now, offering a myriad of mid-20th century styles at affordable prices. If you're after something out of the ordinary, however, Heartbreaker Fashion have the answer with these Tres Noir Sunglasses.
Eschewing the later sixties and seventies rounded styles, they've opted for a fifties influenced cats eye shape. However, this pair aren't as difficult to get away with as many similar looks, thanks to a larger lens and rounded lines throughout.
Get yours from Heartbreaker Fashion online for $90.
Perhaps February is a little early to be thinking about new sunglasses but this latest collaboration from RetroSuperFuture sunglasses and London design powerhouse Liberty is hard to resist.
The glasses are made of acetate and have a vintage-style cat’s eye shape and frames decorated with three well known Liberty prints. You can pick from Pepper, Poppy & Daisy or Peacock. Each pair comes in a matching and highly desirable box .
The glasses are handmade in Italy and have Zeiss lenses which means not only will you look stylish when wearing a pair, your eyes will be properly protected form the sun’s rays too.
The glasses cost £130 a pair and you can buy them from Liberty.