I'm pretty sure we've all seen Breakfast at Tiffany's. But even if you have somehow managed to miss this classic (in which case, add to your Netflix queue immediately), you're probably familiar with the film's most unforgettable scene: Audrey Hepburn staring into the Tiffany's store window with croissant and coffee in hand, wearing those iconic oversized black sunglasses (Oliver Goldsmith, in case you were wondering).

Sunglasses have played a starring role in many a film from the heart-shaped frames in Lolita to the round, rose-colored ones worn by Kate Hudson's character in Almost Famous. But movie sunglasses may have seen the ultimate rise to fame thanks to the recently-released The Bling Ring, where five pairs of shades take the place of the actors themselves on the film's poster. This was director Sofia Coppola's sly way of winking at the materialism in the film. However, it also drives home the point that sunglasses are one of the most memorable elements of a character's wardrobe.

So as we head toward the halfway point of summer (sorry, but it's true!), now is the perfect time to add a new pair of sunglasses to this season's wardrobe. And why not snag shades with a little bit of star power? Forget the clothes and the new it-bags, dressing like a celebrity is as easy as donning the right pair of eyewear. Scroll through the slideshow above to shop movie sunglasses inspired by our favorite moments in cinema style. Hollywood glamour is just a click away.

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