Accessories · Spring

Meow

It’s amazing what flipping through the new InStyle magazine can do for my mood and my inspiration. I came home yesterday to find the pastel accented publication sitting on my kitchen counter. It was a breath of fresh air.

After going through it [this is how I read my magazines – the first day I get it, I flip through quickly to look at pictures and see the features. Then I devour it in detail over the next 2-3 days, dog-earing pages that inspire me. Then I feel sad and empty when I’m completely done reading, at least until the next month’s issue comes out. Or until it’s froyo time.] I felt so much better and more sparkly and ready to take on the week! [it only took until Wednesday.]

I have been seeing a lot cat eye sunglasses in stores and in magazines. I love this style. They are retro and very reminiscent of Audrey Hepburn in Breakfast at Tiffany’s. If you don’t know what they are, cat eyes are round on the bottom of the lenses and pointy in the top outer corners.

My top picks:

I love this red pair from Mango. If you’re not feeling the red, they also come in black and tortoise.

This all black pair is simple and classic.

This is a great nude pair and would be super versatile.

These tortoise shells are fab.

This white pair might be more reminiscent of Marilyn, but still adorable nonetheless.

Pink!

If you have room in your budget for these Pradas, they are pretty amazing.

A listing of fabulous sunglasses wouldn’t be complete without a pair of Tom Fords. They’re quite lovely.

So embrace your inner kitty and inner Audrey and try out this great trend!

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