Sunglasses aren’t just dark lenses and UV protection. They can also be, well, weird. Check out these strangest shades below from Oddee.com!
Gold Chain Glasses
BLESS Duo Fringe glasses from talented design duo of Desiree Heiss and Ines Kaag. They’d be pretty distracting while driving.
These spy sunglasses have a small hidden camera to record what your eyes are looking at. The system has a rechargeable battery and 8GB of internal memory able to record videos in VGA resolution for up to 80 minutes.
MackDaddy offer their own take on new-age futuristic with these “Shades Line” sunglasses. If they were red, you could dress up as Cyclops!
Lego teamed up with French optical company Lynx Optique to create these sweet Lego sunglasses that feature Lego bricks on the sides. In theory, you could build whatever you want on them depending on your mood. And, yes, it’ll hurt like heck if you step on it.
Pyramid Stud Sunglasses
Unique A-Morir Barracuda Pyramid Stud sunglasses by Kerin Rose. The designer is best known for her sunglasses, which are all made by hand in her workshop. To date she has made sunglasses for Rihanna, Katy Perry, and Mariah Carey. Very cool, but I’m not sure you can actually see out of them.
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Decked out with pearls, it came from the limited edition of Sonia Rykiel’s spring/summer 2009 collection. Because diamonds would be gauche.
This trendy accessory was invented as an alternative to glasses; you can also lift the anti-glare shield anytime you want to make eye contact. Do these remind anyone else of Blade Runner?
There are only 500 pieces of this Dior Homme sunglasses called “Blow.” These futuristic glasses come in five different colors to go with whatever outfit you wear. Why would you name your sunglasses that?!
Chanel Lace Sunglasses