Top 6 costume ideas for this Halloween to pair with your favorite glasses!

Top 6 costume ideas for this Halloween to pair with your favorite glasses!

Knock knock! “Trick or treat.” You are going to hear this again as it’s Halloween. It is the night of fun and horror, but for the glass wearers, it is going to be a challenging night again. What am I gonna wear this Halloween? Glass wearers know the real struggle of finding the perfect costume that could look great with their glasses. 

You have two options: Ditch your eyes for a blurry night or wear lenses for the night.

But how about those who do not like to wear lenses? Well, there is another option too. Choose a costume that incorporates your glasses. 

Halloween is the night of creativity when you can go all out. The glass wearers can also have fun on Halloween as their specs can be used as a built-in prop. You wear specs does not mean that you can skip the festivities. Here we have given some of the best Halloween costume ideas to make you stand out this year:

Holly Golightly look:

Who hasn’t watched the American Romantic comedy breakfast at Tiffany’s? This Halloween, try Audrey Hepburn’s look as Holly Golightly. We suggest you wear Anoushka Tom Ford to complement your look. These are lovely specs that will surely help you make a statement this Halloween. Get an extremely sturdy and expensive feeling this October. 

The iconic rocker man look:

All the rocket man fans, it’s time to rock at this Halloween. Try cocker man’s look by wearing the heart-shaped tortoise framed specs. These are the glasses worn by Sir Elton Jhon, so channel his unique and fun style this time to rock the party. This eyewear from Quay is amazing as it matches any outfit. 

Harry Potter’s look:

Watching the harry potter series takes you to the imaginary world of wizards, but in reality, you can’t be the harry potter. But you can channel his look at Halloween by wearing the Scout frames by SmartBuy collection. With the tough metal eyeglasses frame, these stunning pair of specs helps you fulfill the dream of becoming a wizard on Halloween. Just grab your wand and rock your look.

John Lennon’s look:

If you are John Lennon’s fan, then this is the right time to channel his look from his ever loved album “imagine.” John Lennon sunnies will take you back to the 70s when the musical genius wore the stunning specs. These specs are indeed a great addition to anyone’s collection.

Velma’s look:

All the Scooby-doo fans know who Velma. Why don’t you try Velma’s look this Halloween? SmartBuy collection Polly is perfect for getting Velma’s look. Guess what the best part is? These specs are tailored for both sexes.

Tony Stark’s look:

Channeling Tony Stark’s look from Avengers End Game on Halloween is not a bad idea at all. In fact, it would be the perfect Halloween costume to wear this time. Carrera sunglassesare the accessories you need to complement the entire iron man look.

Mrs. Doubtfire’s look:

 Transparent framed glasses are perfect to wear by both sexes. Whether you wear them on Halloween or in day to day use, they look stunning. So, are you ready to wear them to channel your inner Mrs. Doubtfire on the last night of October?

It is not necessary to look spooky on Halloween try. Hopefully, the costume ideas given above will help you make a statement this Halloween.

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