Season after season we see leopard on the fashion runways, in street style, and of course vintage shops. Leopard is the immortal print that is always reinventing itself. Leopard has become such a fashion staple that we increasingly see it mixed with other solids. These Leopard Style Venise 9242 frames give us a hearty dose of leopard on the front with an unexpected twist of teal on the arms. Cat eye glasses like this are just a reminder that leopard is more versatile than ever before!
After seeing the largely bold leopard looks on the runways of Simonetta and Sportmax for Fall Winter 2014 we have found the perfect glasses to compliment these feral styles. Cole Haan is known to give us quality eyewear pieces that we can count on, and these eyeglasses are no exception. The dark brown print on the frontal portion of the frames is softened up by the tan arms. The color combination of these glasses is a perfect compliment to these leopard looks we love.
Modern Optical always gives us eyewear choices that are trendy and affordable. These Magnetic frames are everything for any leopard lover. You really can have it all with the dark brown leopard print on the front, the more cartoonish lighter leopard print on the arms, and an awesome amber color inside. Meowww!!!
A&A Optical glasses in the Ashley Style feature a more refined version of the leopard print. These neutral toned frames have a nice contrast between the dark and light portions of the print and the “spots” aren’t so obvious as in the other styles we’ve seen thus far. If you are looking for plastic frame eyeglasses that are a bit more demure, but still pay homage to a favorable print, then the Ashley glasses are for you.
Hache Fall Winter 2014 runway show brings us glamorously furry leopard outwear mixed with school girl style. A pair of leopard eyewear will perfectly complete the mixed genre looks.
Cole Haan does it again with these yummy leopard plastic frames. The dark chocolate arms with the gold Cole Haan logo displayed make us want to pounce on these glasses!
If you aren’t one to mix leopard printed outfits with leopard printed eyeglasses, we offer you instead these Sharon Style frames from A&A Optical. These classy plastic framed glasses feature the perfect tones to blend with a plethora of leopard varieties.
What is more more perfect than cat eye inspired frames with a little cat eye print on the side? These glasses from William Morris Eyewear give us just that! The solid brown tone is one of the prettiest we’ve seen in eyewear and and balances well with the funky leopard print of Style 7117.
Peter Som’s Fall Winter 2014 shows us just how well leopard works with neutral colors and makes for edgy street style looks.
Last but not least, how about a little all over leopard print fun with these plastic frames by Zylowear. It’s a feline frenzy!!