Another option would be to change out your brake pads instead of the color of your wheels.
Sure, ceramic pads cut down on brake dust drastically. My problem is that they also drastically reduce the performance of the OEM braking system. One of the reasons I wanted a 2006 SLK55 was for the 6 piston calipers up front and 4 piston calipers in back with ventilated, cross drilled, and slotted rotors. The factory semi-metallic brake pad material offers much better performance in high temp fade resistance and friction levels but sucks for brake dust and they have a shorter life.
With less dust, better pad and rotor life and less noise issues, ceramic pads are well suited to a Camry or minivan. For a car that's not going to be asked to repeatedly scrub off triple digit speeds or brake deep into a corner, ceramic pads are a great choice. For the best performance with metal rotors, semi-metallic pads are the best option currently available.
Likewise, I could put all-season tires on my SLK55 and have a 500+ tread-wear rating that may net me 50,000 miles for a set of tires. But, those all-season tires will not accelerate, turn, or stop like a set of Michelin Pilot Super Sports with a 300 tread-wear rating. The Super Sports may last less than 20,000 miles but it will be a fun 20,000 miles with the SLK55 performing as intended by its designers.