In the heat of summer, Warby Parker is helping you find the perfect pair of shades. The brand’s latest collection drops today with four pairs of limited edition sunnies. I have to tell you, they are making me consider getting another pair.
Handcrafted in Italy with premium cellulose acetate (basically a natural plastic), each one features a frame-on-frame effect that can take your outfit to the next level. Instead of just one design, you get two, molded together for a statement look of stone-inspired hues.
Styles range from a graphic onyx tortoise to a smooth walnut and statement jet black tone. Whether you want a look for every day, that European vacation or just something fun to bring out every once in a while, there’s something here to catch your eye.
The best part: it should fit within the affordable price point Warby Parker is famous for. No need to go over your budget!
But don’t just take my word for it. Warby Parker shared a few photos to give you a preview of the collection.
Like the rest of their sunglasses, these feature scratch-resistant lenses and UV protection. That means they aren’t just cute. Each pair helps you during those beach days as well as may survive when you drop them 20 times on the way to work.
You can admit it. There is such a thing as the not-so-graceful morning juggle. I’ve definitely let a few things slip out of my hands while trying to open the office door with coffee, my purse and laptop clutched against one arm. This may be why I always carry a Tide stick in my purse…
There’s also one more reason why I wanted to call out this collection.
Warby Parker has a “buy a pair, give a pair” model that goes beyond straight donation. Instead, their non-profit partner, VisionSpring, helps people earn a living by training them to sell glasses for “ultra-affordable” prices. That way, people who can’t usually afford glasses, get access to them and someone else gets a job.
Now, I have to ask: what do you think of this 4-piece collection?
To be honest, I’m already in love with the Jet Black “Skye” and Walnut Tortoise “Gemma” pairs.
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