Best Black Sunglasses
Still searching for a fab Halloween costume? We suggest finding inspiration from the best novelty sunglasses from Hollywood's biggest movies. Blockbuster movies are not only timeless, but they have some of the best darn sunglass styles we’ve ever seen. View our gallery and find some inspiration to style your own epic look for Halloween.
Kate. Shearling jacket. Blue tinted lenses. With just one outfit, we were instantly teleported to a decade of rock, roll, and righteously hot “bandaids.” Penny Lane paired hers with ringlet curls, wooden heeled sandals, and an undying devotion. We concur, and recommend recreating this mirror lens look with John 02-Smith.
In the movie completely dedicated to a night they can't remember, the one thing we all remember is Zach Galafanikis carrying a baby who's wearing his sunglasses. These exceptionally over-the-top sunglasses by PERVERSE sunglasses are the perfect way to punctuate your Hangover inspired Halloween costume.
Catchphrases abound, this movie is littered with gratuitous upper body shots, machismo, and pilot-inspired style that takes our breath away. Thanks to this 80s stud fest, aviators are still the go-to for looking stylish when speeding down the danger zone. Bonus: sexy, sleek, and affordable PERVERSE aviator sunglasses are always in season, which means you can rock this pair post-Halloween.
Arnold Schwarzenegger in simple black sunglasses may have made the movie poster, but it's Linda Hamilton's (Sarah Connor) wraparound side shield sunglasses that give a futuristic, statement-making vibe in the present. It's a simple look to recreate for a Halloween costume: A simple undershirt, some black pants, a messy ponytail, a few pushups for awesomely defined arms, and PERVERSE wraparound sunglasses.
Breakfast at Tiffany's
Audrey Hepburn's icon status has been forever captured in this movie about a young lady looking for a rich male suitor. If you're more into going classic beauty for Halloween, we recommend recreating her look with PERVERSE sunglasses in Dawn Patrol 01-Dark.
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