How to Wear Cat-Eye Sunglasses in 2019
Teeny, tiny sunglasses are the dad sneakers of shades—you either love ‘em or hate ‘em. Thankfully miniscule frames have transitioned into a new, slightly larger shape for summer: cat-eye frames. But we’re not talking the typically clunky and plastic-rimmed pairs from previous years. The 2019 iteration is dainty and wire-framed, but is still wearable (and rather flattering!). Here, eight fresh pairs of cat-eyes that make any outfit look ten times trendier.
Leith 52mm Semi-Rimless Cat-Eye Sunglasses
See the world through rose gold colored lenses.
Fendi Defender 58mm Cat-Eye Sunglasses
Also known as bug-eye glasses.
Quay Australia Boss 53mm Cat-Eye Sunglasses
One part retro, one part futuristic.
McQ Alexander McQueen 56mm Semi-Rimless Cat-Eye Sunglasses
The rimless top and upturned edges will emphasize those sharp cheekbones.
Polaroid 56mm Polarized Cat-Eye Sunglasses
Medium-size frames that anyone can pull off.
Le Specs Teleport Ya 57mm Cat-Eye Sunglasses
If we didn’t know any better, we’d think these were vintage.
Leith 60mm Cat-Eye Sunglasses
Swipe on lipstick in a matching shade of red, for the ultimate retro look.
Balenciaga 61mm Cat-Eye Sunglasses
This metal frame is so thin, it almost looks like the lenses are floating.