With winter quickly heading our way, its important to keep your style updated. The cat-eye shape of frame is timeless and will be a huge winter trend. From the runways this summer the high fashion brands have sported the classic cat-eye frame, with the style being a huge hit this summer, it is certain that in winter 2014 the cat-eye shape will reign supreme.
This trend will always come full circle, with fashion icon Marilyn Monroe sporting them decades ago to the runways of Fendi sporting them this year, cat-eye is truly timeless.
If you want to stay one step ahead in style before winter strikes, pick yourself up a pair of cat-eye beauties. Now the sun is starting to disappear, try to get away from the summer style of sunglasses and wear an optical or clear lens pair of cat-eye frames. For an elegant twist on the trend, stick to monochrome colours in order to transition into the autumn/winter fashion season.
These gorgeous cat-eye frames are in an elegant grey with a flash of colour on the edge of the arms. The grey colouring sticks to the monochrome trend that aims to ditch the bright colours of summer and go for something a little more refined yet still stylish. The intricate stud detail on the corner of the frames gives a point of interest and adds a punk rock vibe. To get your hands on this awesome pair, click here! They are available in a variety of colour options.
Simple yet edgy, these frames come in a classic black that will see you through the winter season. Paired with any outfit these glasses will always match and look fabulous. The cute gold detailing on the arms and corners ensure that you will be stepping out in style this season. The thickness of the frames is a sexy twist on the cat-eye trend, pairing with a deep red lipstick and a little black dress you can create the perfect look for the winter party season. Click here to view these frames.
William Morris London WL6946
My favourite of the 3 cat-eye frames are these intriguing glasses from William Morris. At the heart of the monochrome trend is the simple and effective use of black and white. These frames combine both of the monochrome elements with white/clear tones at the bottom of the lenses and a bold use of black at the top of the frame carrying through the nose bridge. A flash of leopard print in the arms allow for a touch of pattern and colour to the frames. To view these daring frames, click here.
All of these frames come in an amazing choice of colours.