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Videos : Fall/Winter 2012 / 2013 Trends

Wondering what to wear this fall and winter, Goo Goo Eyes has a few stylish suggestions.

The 1960's continue to be influential and hot especially in fashion and eyewear. And at Goo Goo Eyes, well, we have them all.

The cat eyes continue to be as big and sultry as every. And they purred their way down the catwalks of Tom Ford and Bvlgari. People who thought they could never wear it will find a myriad of interpretations to suit their style. The cat eye 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 in style. Oliver Peoples lead the way as well as Prada and Persol. If you ever felt like a round peg in a square world, you will definitely fit in this season.

Aviators continue to fly high this season with new renditions by Prada, Oliver Peoples and my favorite, these leather wrapped Fendi's. Ray-Ban continues to be in fire with their classic aviator and wayfarer styles.

Remember the famous line from the 1967 movie, The Graduate. One word, plastics. Plastics is the word in eyewear too. If it's retro it's cool. If it's color, it's hot. All kinds of color, from fierce reds to true blues. Neon brights, multi-color and everything in between, especially the ever popular tortoise shell. Seen in various shades in both your optical and sun wear fashion.

Have we left anything out? Over the years eyewear has become a simple accessory to a necessity. So for all of your fashion must haves, choose us at Goo Goo Eyes.

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