One to Watch: Ray-Ban Cats 1000 Sunglasses…

August 4, 2010 § Leave a comment

The Ray-Ban Cats 1000 Sunglasses are definitely ones to watch over the coming months.

Momentum has been slowly building in their favour, and the Ray-Ban Cats 1000 sunglasses have been steadily amassing a celebrity following which now includes Leona Lewis, Drew Barrymore, Claudia Schiffer, Diane Kruger, Lindsay Lohan, Emma Roberts, Hilary Duff and Dakota Fanning.  The list is growing by the day and throughout Britain’s summer festivals we’ve seen more and more people sporting the Cats 1000 sunglasses as a chic and feminine alternative to the Wayfarer.

The Ray-Ban 1000 sunglasses give more than a mere hint to the cat’s eye trend of the moment, which is one of the reasons why we love them.  The size of the frame gives a nod to the notion of classic, oversized glamour which the young starlets of Hollywood seem to be lapping up.  With a great range of colours, you can have a Cats 1000 for every occasion and every outfit.

Ray-Ban just cannot seem to be able to put a foot wrong!  With their frames loved by the worlds of fashion, sport and celebrity, Ray-Ban have really bridged gaps that other brands have struggled to bridge.  With the Wayfarer and Aviator styles still as popular as ever, it is nice to sample a bit of a change with a frame like the Cats 1000.  Maybe these will be the next frame to keep coming back season after season….One to Watch?

What do you think?

WS x

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