26 Oct

Need to Spook Up Your Halloween Costume?

Posted by Callie_K on
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Adding accessories to your Halloween costume can do nothing but make it much more awesome!  Now, the best way to do this to add some eyewear to compliment your attire.  Now, there are always popular trends each year, so I’m going to try and offer some recommendations to spice them up properly.

#1 PokemonGo Trainer – Not to be judgmental, but we all know if you’re dressing up as a PokemonGo Trainer, you have a little nerd in your system.  I say no judgement, because I’m a total nerd.  I would definitely recommend some chunky nylon frames to set the proper trend to your nerdiness.  Some great options would be the classic Ray-Ban Wayfarer RB2140 or possible go a little more hipster with some Persol PO3019S Sunglasses.

Pokemon

#2 SnapChat Filters – of course, why would this not be the #1 most popular costume, but majority of the filters add some aspect of eyewear to your face.  Let’s start with the Police Officer, a classic Ray-Ban RB3025 would work perfectly, Ray-Ban offers some great mirror coating options to fit the stereotypical police officer.  We also have the summer oriented filter which made you look like a cartoon character, which is also wearing some awesome Ray-Bans.  If you’re looking to go outside the box and get away from the standard Ray-Ban, you could take a look at the Oakley Feedback.

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#3 Ghostbusters – Another great option for you and your three girlfriends, would be the new all-female Ghostbusters Team.  If you’re looking to replicate Melissa McCarthy, you would need a pair of black frames with yellow temples.  An exact replica would be the IGreen V4.05 C02M Eyeglass Frames or if you’re looking to be Kristen Wiig, you can use the Spitfire PR52 Sunglass as a great option.

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No matter what route you take, adding some extra accessories to your costume can do nothing but spiff you up the extra mile to ensure you’re the best dressed at your Halloween party.

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