Some people just look good in sunglasses. Different shapes, different colors, oversized, undersized, retro, modern, it doesn’t matter, these people can pull off pair after pair, frame after frame.
As one of the world’s most famous actors and the guy your girlfriend has probably had a crush on since sometime in 2011, it’s no surprise that Ryan Gosling is one of those guys. The actor has consistently stayed ahead of the sunglasses trend curve by bossing a ton of great frames over the past decade.
Here are some of Ryan Gosling’s sunglasses highlights.
The Nice Guys Sunglasses: Randolph Engineering Aviators
In The Nice Guys, Ryan Gosling plays a private inspector in the 1970’s. No prizes, therefore, for guessing that he wore a pair of aviators in the movie. The good news is that we know the exact pair he wore, which were 23kt Gold Frame Aviators with Tan lenses made by aviator specialists Randolph Engineering. You can check them out on Amazon.
First Man Sunglasses: AO Optic Gold Aviators
In the Neil Armstrong biopic First Man, Ryan Gosling wore a smart pair of AO Optics Original Pilot sunglasses. We say smart because these shades are slightly smaller and more squared-off than many other aviators. The actor also frequently wore these shades around the time the movie was being made and promoting, meaning if you’ve seen a pic of Gosling wearing gold aviators, these may be the ones. Check them out on Amazon.
Crazy, Stupid Love Sunglasses: Selima Optique Chad
In Crazy, Stupid, Love Ryan Gosling wears a pair of wayfarer-like sunglasses by Selima Optique called “Chad.” Unfortunately, the auburn tortoise color scheme he wore in the movie is unavailable at the time of writing which means you’ll have to go elsewhere for your Jacob Palmer inspired frames. Ray-Ban’s New Wayfarer Classic in Tortoise is a good match, get them here.
Drive Sunglasses: Selima Optique Money 2
In Drive, Gosling keeps his relationship with Selima Optique going by wearing a pair of Money 2 sunglasses in Tortoise Auburn. At over $400 these shades aren’t cheap. The Warby Parker Hatcher is a similar pair that could be worth checking out if you are on a budget.