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Videos : Fall/Winter 2011 / 2012 Trends

Hello and welcome to Goo Goo Eyes. Let’s take a look at the newest trends in eyewear this season.

This season brings back some of the most iconic looks of the past. Try the 50’s, 60’s and 70’s. Maybe these 50’s inspired cat eyes will be fun your sun wear. Want to carry it on to your regular prescription, how funky are these cat eyes. Check out rounds and cat eyes for this season.

Also back this season are Steve McQueen’s Persol folding sunglasses. Originally featured in the very hot movie, 1968’s The Tomas Crown Affair, these sexy sunglasses are just as cool today. Pierce Brosnan looks smoking hot in the remake also. So if you want to relive the fantasy, go out and get your man a pair.

Luxurious trims on temples are a bit more theatrical this season. You’ll find everything from leather and lace, studs, stones and crystals. Occasionally a woman’s wardrobe requires a more delicate frame. Gentle curves, translucent plastics and thin metals create the perfect, soft romantic look. Some of the most striking frames feature lacy metal design.

Stripes, plaids, florals and animal prints all dominate this season’s palette. Nothing boring or stuff here. They all shout, “Hey, look at me!” Variety is the spice of life, evening in eyewear. Along with bold reds and subtle blues, try havana tortoise and powerful shades of pale.

It’s time to move beyond basic black and get it touch with your flirtatious side. Who know what might happen? Urban and cutting edge these designs combine comfort with technical innovation. Designed for both business and pleasure, these are the must have classics for fall. And if you’re looking for both subtle and sophisticated, these matte finished will reflect well on your sense of fashion.

Retro chic, fanciful frame and bold colors and patterns, we have it all for you here at Goo Goo Eyes.

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  • Edwardson
  • Fendi
  • Francis Klein
  • Henau
  • Kate Spade
  • Lafont
  • Lindberg
  • Maui Jim
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  • Mykita
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  • Oliver Peoples
  • Persol
  • Prada
  • Randolph
  • Ray-Ban
  • Rudy Project
  • Starck
  • theo
  • Tory Burch
  • Vuarnet
  • Wolfgang Katzer