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Eyewear Upgrade with Warby Parker


Sponsored Post: Warby Parker launched in 2010 with a simple idea, prescription eyeglasses should not cost $300+. By circumventing traditional channels and engaging with customers directly through our website, we are able to provide higher-quality, better-looking prescription and non-prescription eyewear at a fraction of the price. In addition, for every pair of glasses we sell, we distribute a pair to someone in need.




Most people would never know it, but I am a prescription glasses wearer. I'm both near sighted and far sighted, but since I can see things in a decent range in front of me, I don't need my glasses for most things; typically I'll slip them on if my eyes are tired from extended time at the computer, or if I'm driving at night. I definitely don't wear them as much as I should!

Though I think my glasses are cute (they are accented in pink--enough said!), they're not quite fab enough that I want to style them with my day-to-day outfits. But-- I think that if I upgraded my specs style, I might want to wear them more regularly. The way one wears her glasses is much more comprised of style + function than it has ever been before.


Enter Warby Parker and their amazing, on-trend frames. When they asked me to showcase the ways in which Warby Parker eyewear might fit with how I express my individual style, I jumped at the chance to do a little virtual self-styling to help me decide which frames would be the best fit for my eyewear upgrade. I like the simplicity and larger size of the Crosby Revolver in Black; these frames would be uber office chic. However, I also love the whimsy of the Clyde in Blue Marblewood--it would playfully accent casual weekend outfits complete with hair in top knot, books and glossy magazines in-hand to be devoured.

Which pair of Warby Parker frames would you choose?

*This post is written by me, and sponsored by Warby Parker. All selections, styling and opinions expressed herein are my own.