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Need a pair of protective cat eye sunglasses that you can take anywhere? Our polarized cat eye sunglasses were made famous by Marylin Monroe, and they’ve remained at the forefront of fashion trends ever since. With a pair of reflective cat-eye sunglasses, you can take to the slopes, beach or urban jungle without the sun being an obstacle.

Cat-Eye Retro Style Shades. For affordable retro cats eye sunglasses with benefits such as 100% UV400 protection, lifetime warranties and countless designs for men and women, Humps Optics is the obvious choice. Whether you want a unisex design or the perfect pair of women’s sunglasses, you’ll find it here.


CAT EYE SUNGLASSES FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

ARE CAT EYE SUNGLASSES IN STYLE?

It seems that cat eye sunglasses are just as fashionable now as they were in the 50s when stars like Marylin Monroe made their design timeless. Retro cats eye sunglasses are in high demand with women and men the world over. They’ve also been ruling the catwalks for decades.

CAN ROUND FACES WEAR CAT EYE SUNGLASSES?

Cat eye sunglasses might be the best choice for people with round faces. According to many style experts, cat eye sunglasses with angular lines and squared cat-eye frames can complement a round face, though you can still pull off cat eye sunglasses with rounder shapes depending on your overall style.

WHAT YEAR WERE CAT EYE SUNGLASSES MOST POPULAR?

Cat eye sunglasses were first made popular during the 1950s, when celebrities like Marylin Monroe made them the most fashionable sunglasses around. While they rose to fame during the 50s and 60s, they’ve remained popular ever since.

WHAT SUNGLASSES IS MARILYN MONROE FAMOUS FOR WEARING?

Marylin Monroe wore sunglasses in a variety of styles. She’s famous for popularising the wayfarer style with casual outfits, but when she wanted to look classy and sophisticated, she generally opted for cat-eye sunglasses styled with head wraps. Today, the cat eye sunglasses made famous by Marylin Monroe are still extremely fashionable.