The 5 Best Tom Holland Glasses to Choose From

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Last Updated on March 22, 2023 by Ash Salleh

Tom Holland has become one of the most popular actors in recent years, especially after his portrayal of Spider-Man in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Fans have come to love his charming personality and great acting skills, but there’s one accessory that often goes unnoticed: his glasses.

Tom Holland is known for wearing a variety of eyewear styles, from classic round frames to modern, edgy sunglasses. In this blog, we’ll take a closer look at Tom Holland’s glasses (and sunglasses), explore his unique sense of style, and give you tips on how to get the same look. So, if you’re a fan of Tom Holland or just looking for some eyewear inspiration, keep reading!

Who Is Tom Holland?

Tom Holland is an English actor best known for his portrayal of the superhero Spider-Man in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

Holland started his acting career in 2008 in the West End production of Billy Elliot the Musical, where he played the titular character. In 2015, he was cast as Spider-Man in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, first appearing in Captain America: Civil War. He went on to star in his own solo Spider-Man films, Spider-Man: Homecoming, Spider-Man: Far From Home, and Spider-Man: No Way Home. Holland has also appeared in films such as The Lost City of Z, The Current War, and Cherry

He won several awards for his acting, including a Young Artist Award in 2013 and the BAFTA (British Academy Film Awards) Rising Star Award in 2017.

What Glasses Does Tom Holland Wear?

Some of the characters that Tom Holland has played on the big screen wear glasses, but the actor wears glasses in real life.

In fact, he has been seen wearing prescription glasses on several occasions, including in interviews and public appearances. He has even incorporated glasses into his fashion style, often pairing them with his outfits to complete his look.

He has also worn sunglasses on various occasions, from classic aviator styles to trendy rectangular frames. We’ve rounded up some of his best pairs here so you can shop your own!

1. Webster – Havana Tortoise

Classic and iconic, our Webster Eyeglasses in Havana Tortoise are always in style. You can never go wrong with these glasses, as they blend with nearly all skin tones and hair colors.

The round frame goes especially well with angular faces like Tom Holland’s. Plus, it can be styled in both subtle and bold ways! 

  • Classic: Pair Webster with a simple, neutral outfit, such as a white T-shirt and blue jeans combo.
  • Pop of Color: Make a fashion statement by pairing Webster ryeglasses with a brightly colored outfit.
  • Monochrome: Create a monochromatic look by pairing Webster with an outfit in shades of brown or beige. This creates a cohesive and polished look.
  • Business Casual: Pair Webster eyeglasses with a blazer and dress pants for a professional yet stylish business casual look.
  • Retro: Embrace the vintage vibe of Webster by pairing it with a retro-inspired outfit, such as high-waisted pants and a blouse with a bow.

Webster is available in three other colorways: Crystal, Meadow Crystal, and Dove Gray. It is available with classic and light-transitioning lenses.

2. Perry – Carbon Black

Look smart and cool at the same time with the help of our Perry Sunglasses in Carbon Black. These stylish shades complement almost every complexion and hair color. 

Plus, this universally flattering square frame will suit any face shape, including round, heart, and oval faces.

Tom Holland adds a striking pop of color with red lenses in his black sunglasses. If that’s not your style, here are other ways you can wear black sunglasses:

  • All Black: Pair an all-black ensemble with our Perry sunglasses for a sleek and edgy look.
  • Athleisure: Perry sunglasses pair well with athleisure wear, such as joggers and a sweater or a tracksuit. This creates a sporty and comfortable look.
  • Beach Vibes: What’s a beach outfit without black sunglasses? Pair our Perry sunglasses with a crisp linen shirt and white shorts for a relaxed look.

A universally flattering square frame, Perry is designed to fit round, heart, and oval face types. It is also available in Crystal, Whiskey Crystal, and Bay Tortoise.

3. Waverly – Matte Black

Our Waverly Eyeglasses in Matte Black are anything but boring. They look equally great on both warm and cool skin tones and can also work for virtually any hair color.

And like most neutral shades, black frames like Waverly in Matte Black are ridiculously easy to style! Whether you’re feeling preppy, professional, or geek, black glasses are your best friend!

  • Preppy: Pair Waverly eyeglasses with a blazer, button-up shirt, and khaki pants for a preppy and polished look.
  • Casual Chic: Combine Waverly with a denim jacket, skinny jeans, and ankle boots for a casual yet stylish look.
  • Bold Prints: Pair Waverly eyeglasses with a bold printed shirt for a fun and adventurous look.

Waverly is available in several other colorways, including Aqua Crystal, Caramel Horn, Smoulder, Dusty Rose Crystal, and Havana Tortoise.

4. Logan – Havana Tortoise

Our Logan Sunglasses in Havana Tortoise bring a chic vintage vibe to any outfit. Snag yourself a pair of these tortoise sunnies for a classic look.

Tortoiseshell is a timeless pattern that has been popular for decades, and it is often associated with vintage or retro fashion.

Our Logan frame is designed to fit round, oval, and square face types, and it is available with single-vision, progressive, and non-prescription lenses.

Logan is available in other colorways, including Crystal, Whiskey Crystal, and Slate Blue. You can also get it with Amber polarized lenses.

5. Lindsey – Gold

Our Lindsey Sunglasses in Gold are a summertime staple. A universally flattering round frame, Lindsey suits any face shape, including square faces like Tom Holland’s.

Lindsey features a sturdy metal frame and a slim temple design. It also features solid lenses for optimal UV protection and soft, rubber nose pads for added comfort.

Thin metal frames like Lindsey offer a sleek, sophisticated look, best worn with minimal accessories, jewelry, and color. Let your sunnies do the talking!

Where Can I Get Tom Holland’s Glasses?

You can get all Tom Holland’s glasses and sunglasses featured in this post from Classic Specs. Try any of these stylish frames to add the wow factor to your everyday look!

Our eyeglasses and sunglasses frames are made of high-quality acetate sourced from Italy and feature high-end construction.

All styles featured in this post are available in different prescriptions, lens types, and colorways. They also come with a one-year scratch-free warranty.

Why Choose Classic Specs?

High-end glasses typically demand higher prices. Many designer brands sell their frames well beyond the $1,000 price point when lenses and add-ons are included. Superior materials and construction account for some of this price premium, including Italian acetate and features like premium barrel hinges and branded engraving.

Classic Specs boasts timeless designs that many high-profile personalities prefer. Our frames are made of premium Italian acetate sourced from a family-owned northern Italian factory, featuring high-end construction and branded engraving. These aspects rival other brands. The main difference is the price: Classic Specs frames and lenses can often be purchased for less than $500. We offer virtual try-on and an online vision test, so the process is hassle-free (factors that celebs tend to prefer).

About Classic Specs

Classic Specs is known for its contemporary eyewear inspired by its designers’ favorite retro silhouettes. Born in Brooklyn, New York, the brand seeks to revive classic designs from every decade to create unique and iconic pieces for discerning consumers. Their frames feature high-quality craftsmanship with reinforced, stainless-steel hinges. Sourced from the famous six-generation Mazzucchelli family factory in northern Italy, Classic Specs frames are made of premium hypoallergenic cellulose acetate in unique, eye-catching chromotypes. Many lens options are available for reading glasses, distance, progressive, sunglasses, or fashion frames.