Persol PO3225S Cocktail Sunglasses

Apr 4, 2019

Category: Style

Tom Cruise flexes his live-wire charisma in a totally ‘80s film called Cocktail where he plays a suave bartender named Brian Flanagan. Although the film was never anything to write home about, it is something of a cult classic and you can pick up a style tip or two from the well-dressed movie character. The handsome Persol PO3225S Sunglasses Tom Cruise wears in the film can be yours so you can channel Flanagan’s undeniable swagger.

The Italian squared shades are absolute stunners that can go with just about any attire. They’re not just a pretty pair either, as Persol’s design features ‘Meflecto technology, which is a flexible stem system to dilute pressure on your head for refined comfort, high-quality acetate, and allergy-free natural materials. They also come in a polarized version for improved clarity and glare reduction. If you need a pair of stylish shades to protect your eyes after a long night of sampling different mixes of liquid courage, these shades are for you. The slick sunglasses come in several colorways and they’re available now, starting at $310.

Purchase: $310+

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