7 Blue Light Glasses Inspired by Cinema
Who doesn’t love a new look inspired by their favorite movies? There are countless spectacle-wearing movie characters that have changed the game of eyewear. With a pair of stylish blue light blocking glasses, you can watch your favorite style inspirations on your LED screens without risking your eye health.
At SmartBuyGlasses we’ve put together a list of 7 blue light blockers inspired by the cinema!
Tom Ford Blue Light Glasses
Christopher Reeves as Clark Kent in the 1978 Superman brought forth this iconic glasses style. Superman knew that all it takes is a pair of glasses to completely change your appearance. Fight off the real enemy (harmful blue light rays) with these Tom Ford FT5481-B blue light glasses!
Harry Potter (2001-2011)
The modest Harry Potter glasses are seen and adored throughout the entire movie series. The only thing missing on this pair of Tom Ford FT5632 blue light glasses is the tape on the bridge of the nose. With a modern take on the character’s humble style, these Tom Ford blue light blockers can add an elegant touch to your look.
A Single Man (2009)
These Tom Ford FT5542 blue light glasses match the iconic pair worn by Colin Firth in A Single Man (2009). And who would’ve guessed that Firth pulled those frames from the prop box? Inspired by the character’s look, there’s now a pair of “A Single Man Tom Ford glasses” known as the FT5178 model. These glasses have all the style from the movie, but offer you extra protection!
James Bond Skyfall (2012)
James Bond movie wore a famous Tom Ford sunglasses design in Skyfall (2012). These Tom Ford FT 5658 blue light glasses match the sunglasses design. The timeless pilot shape frames on these blue light glasses are always in style. You can get these Tom Ford blue blockers in the original silver or in elegant gold.
Avengers Infinity War (2018)
The E.D.I.T.H. Tony Stark glasses are perhaps the most popular of all his styles. Get the Tony Stark Edith glasses design with these matching Tom Ford FT5627 blue light glasses. This designer look might now come with an A.I. system, but they will protect your eyes from harmful blue light rays.
Quay Australia Blue Blockers on the Big Screen
The film Rocketman (2019) narrates the life story of Elton John, the singer, songwriter, and composer who changed the world in the ’70s with his music and his unapologetic style. One pair of sunglasses used in Rocketman mimics the singer’s iconic pair of heart frames. This whimsical pair of Quay Australia QW-000308- heart-shaped blue light glasses are a close match to this favourite Elton John sunglasses look!
Pretty in Pink (1986)
The iconic ‘80’s fashion continues to inspire styles today. Nothing says ‘80s style quite like a pair of thin-rimmed round spectacles. These Quay Australia QU-000379- blue light glasses channel Molly Ringwald’s character Andie Walsh in who had a love for simple self-made fashion in the film classic Pretty in Pink.
zFORT™ Blue Light Technology
Love watching movies? You should consider blue light blocking protection. Discover the new zFORT™ technology that blocks blue light wavelengths between 380 and 500nm from reaching your eye. These blue light waves could potentially damage your eye health and vision in the future. With SmartBuyGlasses you can add zFORT™ blue blockers to any frames at check out.