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Cat-Eye Glasses

Cat eye glasses are currently one of our most popular styles available. Don't let our incredibly low prices pass you by.

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Hannah Rimless
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Adriana Cat Eye
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Jerica Cat Eye
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Roma Cat Eye
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Arlington Cat Eye
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Fairley Cat Eye
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Simone Cat-Eye
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Meadow Cat Eye
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Bernadette Cat Eye
$11.95
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Alexandria Cat Eye
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Adele Cat Eye
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Knox Cat Eye
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Lynn Cat-Eye
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Valencia Cat Eye
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Cora Cat Eye
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Macon Rimless
$24.95
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Lorraine Cat Eye
$11.95
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Maylene Rimless
$24.95
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Dayna Cat Eye
$18.95
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Anita Cat Eye
$11.95
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Chantale Cat Eye
$24.95
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Alocasia Cat Eye
$18.95
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Rena Cat Eye
$26.95
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Dionne Cat Eye
$31.95
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Anika Cat Eye
$14.95
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Sharmila Cat Eye
$22.95
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Nashville Cat Eye
$11.95
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Ayesha Cat Eye
$14.95
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Canterbury Cat Eye
$26.95
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Jaya Cat Eye
$22.95
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Talisa Cat Eye
$22.95
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Elyria Cat Eye
$24.95
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Kaycee Cat Eye
$14.95
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Glenda Cat Eye
$14.95
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Avonlea Cat Eye
$14.95
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Keota Cat Eye
$26.95
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Wanda Cat Eye
$20.95
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Melinda Cat Eye
$14.95
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Alberta Cat Eye
$8.95
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Hera Cat Eye
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Sardina Cat Eye
$26.95
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Xyla Cat Eye
$26.95
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Jessica Cat Eye
$22.95
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Winona Cat Eye
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Canberra Cat Eye
$26.95
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Giselle Cat Eye
$8.95
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Mayra Cat Eye
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Fontaine Cat Eye
$11.95
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Sabine Cat Eye
$14.95
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Lindsay Cat Eye
$11.95
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Agnes Cat Eye
$20.95
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Tatiana Cat Eye
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Fontella Cat Eye
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    FAQ

  • Why Are They Called Cat Eye Glasses?

    The name cat eye comes from the way these rounded frames flair up a bit at the temples, which resembles the shape of a cat's eyes.

  • When Were Cat Eye Glasses Created?

    In the late 1920s, American filmmaker and entrepreneur Altina Schinasi Miranda was underwhelmed by the selection of frames available - they were all very masculine and unflattering. Inspired by Venetian Harlequin masks, she designed and patented frames with gentler curves that would look more attractive on a woman's face. They were originally called Harlequin glasses, but the name changed in the mid-20th century.

  • When Were Cat Eye Glasses Popular?

    Women fell in love with this frame shape almost immediately and the popularity of cat eye glasses grew through the 1950s and 1960s. Marilyn Monroe wore a pair in the 1953 film How to Marry a Millionaire, which solidified them as the quintessential choice for feminine eyewear. Today, cat eye frames continue to be one of the top trending glasses styles for women.

  • What Face Shape Do Cat Eye Glasses Look Good On?

    Cat eye glasses are available in a variety of shapes from rectangular to round. They flatter nearly every face shape, so you only need to consider the right size and color to flatters your complexion. Our Virtual Try-On lets your see exactly how your choice of cat eye glasses will suit your look.

  • How Should I Style Cat Eye Glasses?

    Whether your style is classic, contemporary or retro-chic, cat eye glasses can be the perfect finishing touch. They look professional with suits, playful with fit-and-flair dresses and classy with jeans and a T-shirt. Payne Glasses carries a wide selection of cat eye glasses frames starting at just $5.95, so you can put together a rotation of frames and change your look according to your mood.

    FAQ

  • Why Are They Called Cat Eye Glasses?

    The name cat eye comes from the way these rounded frames flair up a bit at the temples, which resembles the shape of a cat's eyes.

  • When Were Cat Eye Glasses Created?

    In the late 1920s, American filmmaker and entrepreneur Altina Schinasi Miranda was underwhelmed by the selection of frames available - they were all very masculine and unflattering. Inspired by Venetian Harlequin masks, she designed and patented frames with gentler curves that would look more attractive on a woman's face. They were originally called Harlequin glasses, but the name changed in the mid-20th century.

  • When Were Cat Eye Glasses Popular?

    Women fell in love with this frame shape almost immediately and the popularity of cat eye glasses grew through the 1950s and 1960s. Marilyn Monroe wore a pair in the 1953 film How to Marry a Millionaire, which solidified them as the quintessential choice for feminine eyewear. Today, cat eye frames continue to be one of the top trending glasses styles for women.

  • What Face Shape Do Cat Eye Glasses Look Good On?

    Cat eye glasses are available in a variety of shapes from rectangular to round. They flatter nearly every face shape, so you only need to consider the right size and color to flatters your complexion. Our Virtual Try-On lets your see exactly how your choice of cat eye glasses will suit your look.

  • How Should I Style Cat Eye Glasses?

    Whether your style is classic, contemporary or retro-chic, cat eye glasses can be the perfect finishing touch. They look professional with suits, playful with fit-and-flair dresses and classy with jeans and a T-shirt. Payne Glasses carries a wide selection of cat eye glasses frames starting at just $5.95, so you can put together a rotation of frames and change your look according to your mood.

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