Warby Parker Introduces New 1922 Collection

If you’re anything like me, you tend to live in your contacts 24/7. Unfortunately that means sometimes accidentally falling asleep in them at night as you are watching a marathon of Law and Order SVU! Now, if you had a pair of high quality, fashionably eclectic glasses to slip on before you slipped into your comfy footy pajamas (you know you have a pair!) and cozy up to the devilishly handsome Elliot Stabler, it would be a different story. I know what you’re thinking, “Sure, that would be a good idea, but what about the money?” Problem solved, my friends. You can finally have your cake and eat it too!

Introducing the fabulously fashionable and AFFORDABLE Warby Parker and their new vintage inspired 1922 Collection!  Founded by four close friends, Warby Parker holds fast to the idea that quality crafted eyeglasses and sunglasses don’t have to cost the consumer an arm and a leg.  With glasses, both prescription and non-prescription, starting at $95, Warby Parker offers both men and women contemporary frames fitted with high-end, anti-reflective polycarbonate lenses and best-in-class polarized lenses.  Both of which are included in the cost of the frame.  Why is it so inexpensive, you ask? Because Warby Parker takes on the design process themselves and sells directly to you, cutting out the middleman. And of course, quality is NEVER sacrificed.

Now that I have you hooked, perhaps it’s time to take a minute and check out their new vintage inspired 1922 Collection.  The 20’s of course was a time of re-discovery and individualism.  A time cloaked heavily in rebellion and internal turmoil.  A decade of artistic revolution that defined an era and helped shape art as we know it today.  What better an era than this to craft a piece of iconography from? Dramatic and glamorous, Warby Parker’s new collection for men and women includes three new styles crafted from lightweight stainless steel and custom acetate.  Each style includes both an eyeglass and sunglasses version and comes in a variety of colors. With fashion ever changing and evolving, Warby Parker’s 1922 collection serves as a constant for your wardrobe, promising never to go out of style and to always serve as a form of self expression.

*Duke in Gold for Men, Women : $95 | Duke in Silver for Men, Women: $95
*Joplin in Silver for Men, Women : $95 | Joplin in Gold Men, Women: $95
*Porter in Whiskey Tortoise for Men, Women: $95 | Porter in Gimlet Tortoise for Men, Women: $95
Porter and Joplin available in additional colors…

Find out more about Warby Parker and their Buy a Pair, Give a Pair program!


2 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. BeingZhenya
    Apr 23, 2013 @ 11:41:30

    Hey, I shared this collection today too!
    Here is a link to my post if you want to come check it out – http://beingzhenya.com/2013/04/23/warby-parkers-new-limited-edition-1922-collection/


  2. Victoria Gentile
    Apr 23, 2013 @ 12:03:09

    I love cool glasses. I never buy plain frames – always something vintage, or with color. I like that you can buy a vintage look in glasses because you don’t have to worry if they are going to fall apart. Vintage Glasses are not like vintage jewelry. Whereas Vintage jewelry was worn on occassion and stored for special occasions; Vintage glasses were most likely worn every day. Therefore they have more wear and tear on them and generally are not as dependable and as strong as they were when they were new. Great find grlfasionista. If you are ever in need of GREAT Authentic Vintage jewelry, please stop by my Etsy shop: http://www.etsy.com/shop/ButterflyEffectInc. I specialize in Authentic Vintage Special Ocassion Jewelry for: Weddings, Proms, Brides, Beauty Queens and Fashionista Divas who have a Vintage Flair. Love your Blog, Victoria


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