Pinky swear that you:
1. Added Cat Eye Girls dot com to your favorites and promise to return on occasion for a little pluck.
2. Will jump in your pedal car and follow us on Facebook, without tailgating.
3. Wear cat eye glasses or imagine yourself wearing vintage cat eye glasses.
4. Regularly practice the tenents you learned in Kindergarten – share, be kind, don’t cut in the lunch line and finger paint on Fridays!
We love meeting our customers in person, at antique and funky junk shows throughout Oregon and Washington and in the antique malls we sell out of the Roxy Theatre Antiques in Kennewick, Ruffles and Rust Square in Snohomish, Sixth Street Gallery in Prosser and Precision Fruit and Antiques in Selah.
While we are internet savvy, none of us have ever sold anything online. Maybe someday and maybe someday, since we have a barn, we will have a barn sale too!
We want to:
- Interact in person and be social with our customers.
- Have the pleasure of asking where will “it” live? what will “it” do? how will “it” be used? who is it for?
For now, share your wish list with us and we will try to make your wishes come true! If you see something on our site that peaks your curiosity . . . . shoot us an email, it could very well become yours if we still have it.
Agent 99 started playing with a design and dug through her inventory for inspiration and came up for air with a pair of 1950s Kimball Dihedral "outboard water skis" for the color palette. As per how the site is organized with plenty of whitespace between on-page elements the inspiration came from "retro meets minimalism."
Yes, we usually have a few vintage cat eye frames from the 1950s and 1960s for sale.
Piece of cake! And, your vision insurance just might pay for new lenses for your old cat eye frames. You can also custom design cat eye shaped lenses for Silhouettes, just ask your optic pro. Daniel at Precision Optical (509-248-4236) on Yakima Avenue in Yakima, WA takes care of our old frames and new lenses.
Simply glue new jewels in the voids. You can find some wonderful jewels at craft stores. With a toothpick place a small amount of “Tacky” glue in the void. With a pair of tweezers, carefully set a new jewel in the setting. Let the glue set and your cat eye glasses are good to sparkle.