Quote About Sunglasses
1. I’m a collector, so I’ve got all kinds of sunglasses. I’d say I’ve got about a buck ten, buck twenty.
2. My glasses say a lot about me because I think me in a pair of sunglasses is an image that a lot of people would recognise.
3. I started using sunglasses in Alabama. I was going to do a show with Patsy Cline and Bobby Vee, and I left my clear glasses on the plane. I only had the sunshades, and I was quite embarrassed to go onstage with them, but I did it.
4. I have quite a lot of plastic sunglasses. It’s just a nice accessory, it adds a final thing, and it’s my favorite way of figuring an outfit.
5. Apparently, I’m very good at firing a gun without blinking, which is unusual. That’s why so many action characters have to wear sunglasses during shoot-out scenes. That’s my party trick.
6. Miami is just really fun whenever I go there. It’s like this post-apocalyptic Barbie world: everything is pink, and there’re palm trees everywhere. But then there are also all these people in crazy sunglasses, warehouses with sick parties where all the girls are covered in spikes and black leather. It’s a very weird place.
7. I catch myself every once in a while doing that weird thing that I see famous people do, where they have sunglasses and hats on and grow out beards thinking that they’re fooling people. Dude, you’re not fooling anyone: you look just like you.
8. I have porcelain skin and tattoos all over my body, so the sun can be my worst enemy. I also am trying to never age, which is why you can always find me hiding behind massive sunglasses or under an umbrella when the sun is out!
9. I wear sunglasses almost all the time outside – not because I think I’m really, really cool, but because of the rays.
10. I come from a real working class background, and I didn’t know anyone sophisticated – except I saw Edie Sedgewick once at the Art Museum in Philly. She had these black leotards and little black pumps and this big ermine cape and all these white dogs and black sunglasses and black eyes. She was classy!
11. I keep mementos from everything I’ve done. I’ve got my cab driver’s license from ‘Happiness.’ I’ve got a pair of glasses and a belt buckle from playing John Lennon. I’ve got a pair of sunglasses from playing Andy Warhol… It’s all in a box in the garage.
12. With my sunglasses on, I’m Jack Nicholson. Without them, I’m fat and 60.
13. I would say a lack of sleep is a cause for feeling not so beautiful. On those days, I try to drink lots of water and put on the biggest sunglasses I can find.
14. I think the sexiest thing about a woman is confidence, but confidence in a humble way, not in an arrogant way. Sense of humor is definitely important. And sunglasses always hide a multitude of sins. Sunglasses and a great pair of heels can turn most outfits around.
15. Don’t underestimate the cosmetic power of sunglasses. It’s worth spending a bit of money on a quality pair. I usually go for Dior or Louis Vuitton.
16. I’m from L.A., so I’m used to seeing people in sunglasses and flip-flops. There’s something so romantic about a man in a scarf and a knitted hat.
17. The one piece of advice I would give to all girlfriends – or guy friends, too, I guess – is that if you’re going to have a fight in a Baja Fresh parking lot, make sure one of you has an available pair of sunglasses because whoever is crying is going to want to wear them.
18. After ‘The Matrix,’ I cannot wear sunglasses. As soon as I put them on, people recognize me.
19. Sunglasses are great, but I always feel a bit pretentious wearing sunglasses. I mean, I do love to wear them.
20. I was a Versace perfume girl at Saks Fifth Avenue, and Rihanna actually came up to the counter and asked for something. And she wouldn’t even take her sunglasses off! She was so mean to me. Not mean, but, like, guarded. I don’t blame her, though.
21. I started to wear the sunglasses all the time at school, hiding behind them… I’d walk down the hallways, practically hugging the wall, dragging my head against it like I was crazy.
22. My sunglasses are like my guitar.
23. Some movie stars wear their sunglasses even in church. They’re afraid God might recognize them and ask for autographs.
24. Life is more than sunglasses and hit movies. Reality – that’s the main event.
25. I got way more songs with Key! than Greedo, but I met them via each other, they Facetimed me at 6 A. M. in Atlanta, wearing sunglasses. Key! said, ‘You and Greedo doing a whole project.’ And I was like, ‘Alright.’ Then they hung up on me.
26. Making the leap from the best sunglasses company in the world to a world-class brand is a natural transition.
27. I have been obsessed with sunglasses for a very, very long time, so it was a natural fit for me to partner with Prive Revaux on my own collection.
28. Sunglasses were my accessory of choice, and I always had an abundance of pairs.
29. I’m finding it increasingly difficult to simply walk down the street. In New York, I dashed in to buy a big pair of sunglasses to conceal myself, but the guy behind the counter shouted ‘Hey! It’s Dr. House.’
30. Never wear a hat and sunglasses at the same time, because it looks like you’re wearing a disguise.
31. I do rock the sunglasses. To a rude point, at times. But I don’t care, it’s my first defence. I’m shy, so I’ve gotta have something. I need some protection, man.
32. My mum is a rock star, and I idolise her. She was born in a conservative Muslim family, where the girls were not educated much, and she was required to wear a burkha. She felt repressed but dreamt of driving her own car, walking around in jeans and wearing sunglasses, and she did.
33. Sunglasses are a migraine sufferer’s best friend.
34. I’m not huge on accessories, though I love sunglasses.
35. As much as I possibly can be, I’m round Tesco’s with my backpack, no make-up and sunglasses.
36. I’ve always had way too many pairs of sunglasses. It’s been my accessory of choice. I keep the same jewelry, mostly the same kind of style, but my sunglasses always change.
37. I figured, ‘Why not put goggle characteristics like peripheral protection and face fit into sunglasses?’
38. When you’re famous, you can’t go to Topshop. Even when I disguise myself in a moustache, baseball cap, sunglasses – the full Madonna kit – it doesn’t work: my stupid face is too big.
39. I figured, ‘Why not put goggle characteristics like peripheral protection and face fit into sunglasses?’
40. I’ve always had way too many pairs of sunglasses. It’s been my accessory of choice. I keep the same jewelry, mostly the same kind of style, but my sunglasses always change.
41. As much as I possibly can be, I’m round Tesco’s with my backpack, no make-up and sunglasses.
42. Never wear a hat and sunglasses at the same time, because it looks like you’re wearing a disguise.
43. When I was a teenager, my dad used to call me ‘Hollywood’ because I wore sunglasses all the time, even at night. Cue song.
44. I would wear sunglasses all the time if it wasn’t looked down upon in certain situations. I always thought I’d be someone who wore sunglasses like Roy Orbison.
45. I like throwing on shorts and a plaid button up with messy hair and last night’s eyeliner and sunglasses and wandering the town. And if there’s a guy I dig with his arm around me, too, that’s pretty nice.
46. I’m a sunglasses aficionado if I do say so myself.
47. Apparently, I’m very good at firing a gun without blinking, which is unusual. That’s why so many action characters have to wear sunglasses during shoot-out scenes. That’s my party trick.
48. If I wear a hat and sunglasses, not as many people recognize me.
49. I like sunglasses, the bigger the better, but I lose about a pair a week.
50. ‘The Matrix’ is a movie that is all about glamour. I could do a whole talk on ‘The Matrix’ and glamour. It was criticized for glamorizing violence, because, look – sunglasses and those long coats, and, of course, they could walk up walls and do all these kinds of things that are impossible in the real world.
51. I wear sunglasses almost all the time except when I’m on stage.
52. It was somewhere in Ohio – Cedar Point or something like that – one of those thrill rides. A few cars up, someone’s sunglasses had fallen off, and we were on one of those corkscrew parts, and I saw sunglasses and just instinctively grabbed them right out of the air. I was like, ‘Oh, my reaction time is really good. This is going well.’
53. I’ve got to wear sunglasses everywhere, all the time, even if its indoors or at night time, to be recognized. That’s part of my job. I cannot take off my sunglasses. For me, staying in the United States was so dark because I can’t take them off.
54. I have sunglasses; that is very important when you’re out traveling.
55. I think sometimes when you want attention, you can wear sunglasses, and people are like, ‘Who is that?’
56. I don’t spend a bunch of money on jewelry or sunglasses, because I lose them a lot.
57. Sunglasses are a bit like watches for me – a real obsession. My favourites are Oakleys, Ray-Bans and Wileys, which are worn by the U.S. military.
58. The media are always on the lookout for possible sightings of D.B. Cooper, the man who parachuted from a plane with $200,000 in ransom money in November 1971. But the truth is, the mystery man wearing dark sunglasses almost certainly died during the jump, according to the FBI agents on the case at the time.
59. Putting on a new pair of glasses or sunglasses is a simple way to completely transform your look – just like a new hairstyle.
60. From the days of biplanes and silk scarves, the aviator has been the archetype of masculine glamour. Aviators have personified national ideals, from French elan to Soviet party discipline. They’ve inspired lust and admiration. They’ve turned sunglasses and short, utilitarian leather jackets into fashion statements.