Cat eye sunglasses have made there way back to 2018 and this time there here for good. The original 50s Cat Eye sunglasses style was thinner and angular, with a big swoop look on the temple meant to accentuate the cheekbones. The frames were produced for optical glasses until in 1961 when Audrey Hepburn wore a pair of cat’s eye sunglasses in the “Breakfast at Tiffany”. The sunglasses she wore were called the “Manhattan”. Nowadays, cat eye sunglasses are more rounded and better suited for many different face shapes. And the best part is that cat eye sunglasses can come in prescription as well! I decided to go for the all white cat eye sunglasses. The color was super easy to match with my all white vintage corset paired with with my oversize blazer. Definitely made the look very modern. My black Y-Project pants are super trendy, they show a little skin to spice things up. I was a little in decisive about my shoes but adding my black and white snake skin print mules worked out perfectly.