Lovely people around the world, it’s becoming harder and harder for me to post daily because of my busy work schedule. It truly makes me feel special when I have something to do here or there, that is, until I’m complaining about running around more than I should.
On the flip side, there’s something more important to talk about. Today, Warby Parker launched their fall eyewear collection including eyeglasses and sunglasses, items I’m both hot for.
As a former-college soccer player, who took a bad ball to the eye, I damaged my retina pretty severely. Since then, I’ve been pretty insecure and helpless when it comes to wearing eyeglasses. I don’t mind wearing them, but if I have too, I want it to be in style.
Warby Parker, gives me a variety filled selection of eyewear that is both modern and stylish. Their glasses are designed in-house and are also crafted from the best materials. Style is key for this brand as they mix both color and pattern in both a revolutionary and precise combination.
From their fall collection, I instantly fell in love with this Louise pair, which includes a very style blend of Violet Magnolia with Violet. This pair is also in a pretty and soft color tone of Elderflower, and in an edgy take on Birch Toroise.
My second favorite pair from their collection is this Becker in stellar Indigo Crystal with English Oak. This pair also comes in Amber Tortoise with a Jet Black Matte. Both colors are uniquely blended. Then there’s the Tansley in this pretty Pale Rose Horn color. The frame has a perfect blended color palette which totally gives me the romantic feels. This pair also has two more color choices, Rosewood Tortoise and Jet Black. *Bonus the design is also in sunglass form.
These eyeglasses start at $95, with free shipping and free returns. Men frames are also available.
Transitioning from eyeglasses to sunglasses: even though summer has toasted us goodbye, for now, daylight savings still puts sunglasses as one of my to-go items.
So what better way to watch the sun go down with these fashion forward sunnies?
It’s the perfect combination of design and color. The Hadley is versatile, helping you pair these shades with everything in your closet. I love the pair in this wild Opal Toroise, but it’s also available in Jet Black.
The Warby Parker sunglasses prices differ from $95-$145 depending on style and there is also a men collection available.
Warby Parker’s objective is to offer “designer eyewear at a revolutionary price,” with impact ready initiative like Buy a Pair, Give a Pair. They are located in select states such as Alabama, Minnesota, California, and New York. In Kansas the area, the closest store is located in Kansas City, Missouri at the Country Club Plaza.
Something worth checking out is the “Try 5 for free” option on their website for shop online only.