They’re not just for shielding your eyes from dangerous UV rays.
Although that’s, like, super important…
But they’re also for enhancing your look with an extra pop of attractive nonchalance.
So below, we’ve rounded up 20 of the most dashing sunglasses-wearers from film.
It’s good to have mentors.
|For Especially Difficult Missions|
These L. G. R. Tangeri Aviator Sunglasses inspired by Italian auto racing.
Tom Cruise, Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation
|For Drug-Fueled Trips to Vegas|
These gold-framed Ray-Ban 3138 Shooters with a real vintage sensibility.
Johnny Depp, Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas
|For Extra Stylish Thefts|
These blue-tinted Persols 714s.
Steve McQueen, The Thomas Crown Affair
|For Keeping Your Eyes on the Road|
These Ray-Ban Caravans with their wide bridge and metal frames.
Robert DeNiro, Taxi Driver
|For Finding the One|
These (probably inadvisable) Blinde Design glasses that magically stick to your nose.
Lawrence Fishburne, The Matrix
|For Asking Punks if They Feel Lucky|
These intimidating Ray-Ban Baloramas.
Clint Eastwood, Dirty Harry
|For the Most Important Meal of the Day|
These oversized classics from eyewear icon and celebrity favorite, Oliver Goldsmith.
Audrey Hepburn, Breakfast at Tiffany’s
|For Saving the World|
These attractive Tom Ford Marko FT0144 numbers with dark lenses and a rhodium frame.
Daniel Craig, Skyfall
|For Marking It Eight, Dude|
These Ray-Ban RB3026 Aviators with just the right amount of yellow tint to hide the crazy in your eyes.
John Goodman, The Big Lebowski
|For Repeatedly Breaking the Sixth Commandment|
These round, vintage sunglasses with especially creepy red lenses.
Woody Harrelson, Natural Born Killers
|For Getting Exactly What You Want|
These oversized Sama Eyewear shades with tortoise shell frames do the trick.
Margot Robbie, Focus
|For Plotting Your Revenge|
These Celine New Audrey black acetate glasses.
Cameron Diaz, The Other Woman
|For Making Obscene Amounts of Money|
These Ray Ban RB4147 Boyfriend glasses with a tortoiseshell frame and a real Hollywood vibe.
Leonardo DiCaprio, The Wolf of Wall Street
|For Seduction Purposes|
These understated eye decorations from Selima Optique.
Ryan Gosling, Crazy Stupid Love
|For Reminding Guys that Manners Maketh Man|
These Cutler and Gross glasses with their squared off acetate frame and tortoiseshell design.
Colin Firth, Kingsman
|For Running an Empire|
These Linda Farrow-designed aviators.
Al Pacino, Scarface
|For Wearing Between Fights|
These Oliver Peoples sunglasses with gothic rose-colored lenses.
Brad Pitt, Fight Club
|For Dealing with Your Boss|
These Chanel Executive Sunglasses with their face-hugging design and iconic Chanel logo on the temples.
Anne Hathaway, The Devil Wears Prada
|For that Harsh Abu Dhabi Sun|
These Ray-Ban RB3025 Aviators with dark lenses and gold metal frames.
Sarah Jessica Parker, Sex and the City 2
|For Helping You Recover|
These John Varvatos Aviator Shades have a pink tint to hide the reality that is your pounding headache.
Phil, The Hangover