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What are other popular styles similar to Cat Eye glasses?

There are many different styles of eyeglasses similar in style to cat eyes. For something similar, try out our oversized, retro frames. Wayfarer style glasses and sunglasses also have a similar shape to cat eyes, but are a little less angular. Any of these styles can add a vintage touch to your wardrobe.


Are cat-eye glasses in style?

Cat-eye glasses never seem to go out of style. These frames have been adding a touch of attitude and a wink of charm to people’s faces for decades. Try some chunkier cat eyes and bold colors to make a statement.

What are cat-eye glasses?

Cat-eye glasses are one of the most distinctive styles of eyewear. Named after their cat-eye shape, they feature rounded lenses with sharply-angled top corners. Many of our designer-style eyeglasses are created in this endlessly on-trend style.

Which type of faces should wear cat-eye glasses?

There are enough takes on the cat-eye glasses style to fit any face shape. If your face shape is square or rectangular, choosing a style with rounded edges is a good idea. If you have softer features, go for a frame with sharper edges.

How can I order cat eye prescription glasses?

EyeBuyDirect is a great place to order a pair of cat-eye prescription glasses. Take your pick from a massive range of colors and shapes and double-check your prescription when filling it in at checkout.

Who looks good in red cat-eye glasses?

Choosing a bold color for your cat-eye glasses is a great way to stand out from the crowd. Matching red glasses with other red accessories will make them pop. Try to avoid orange tones in your outfit to avoid clashing.

What era are cat-eye glasses from?

Cat-eye glasses are one of the classic styles of eyewear. They first appeared around the 1930s, but they really became popular after actress Audrey Hepburn sported big cat-eye sunglasses in the classic 1961 movie Breakfast at Tiffany’s.