DALLAS, Texas — October 25, 2012 — Wondering what eyewear trends are cool this season? Relax, Goo Goo Eyes has stylish suggestions you will love.
Influences from 1960's they continue to be inspirational and haute, especially in fashion eyewear.
Cat eyes continue to be as big and sultry as ever. These felines have purred their way down the cat walks of Tom Ford, Chanel, and Bvlgari. People who thought they could never wear a frisky cat eye will find a myriad of interpretations to suit their style. This style is not just for Grandma anymore, but then again you always thought your grandma was cool!
There is no getting around it, the round frame is here to stay. Oliver Peoples leads the way in this trendy shape, as well as Prada and Persol. If you ever felt like a round peg in a square world, you will love how this frame fits into the fashion scene.
Aviators continue to fly high this season. Check out the new renditions from Chanel, Prada, and Oliver Peoples. Don't miss the leather wrapped frames from Fendi.
Ray-Ban continues to be soar with their original and classic aviator. The famous wayfarer turns up again with new colors in addition to the crowd-pleasing black and tortoise frames.
Remember the famous line from the 1967 movie the Graduate? One word says it all. "Plastics". Plastics is the hot word in eyewear, too. If is retro plastic, it is cool. Super cool. If its colorful plastic, its hot. Really hot. Look for all sorts of color, from fierce reds to true blues, neon bights, multi colors, and everything in-between. Not for you? Don't worry black plastic and tortoise are still the popular kids.
Want more? Visit Goo Goo Eyes. And be amazed.
Goo Goo Eyes is Dallas' go-to source for sublimely chic sunglasses and luxury prescription eyewear. Founded in 2005 in Dallas' University Park neighborhood, the luxury eyewear retailer's merchandise constantly evolves with modern fashion trends. Goo Goo Eyes is dedicated to offering its customers a quality product and uncompromised customer service.
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