Warby Parker: Corner Collection

You should all know by now that I am obsessed with sunglasses of all shapes, sizes, and colors. It’s no secret. Most of the time you’ll find me wearing a pair (they really make an outfit, darlings) or at least having a couple tucked away in my backpack when walking around campus. How am I supposed to walk from class to class and silently look at people’s shoes, purses, and outfits without seeming as though I’m completely checking our their ensembles? I don’t want to be that obvious. The answer:  shades people, shades. And they must be stylish and of good quality.

I’ve found that Warby Parker does just that: stylish, good quality, and…wait for it…reasonably priced! What? Yes. I know, it’s crazy. (And don’t you worry, they have eyeglasses as well but y’all, I got that 20-20 vision going on so I’ll just stick to the sunglasses!)

Sunglasses can be very expensive (trust me, my bank account feels the pain) but Warby Parker combats that. By designing glasses in-house, and engaging with customers directly, they’re able to provide higher-quality, better-looking prescription eyewear at a fraction of the price. What a concept, I know. Two claps for Warby Parker, everyone. #clapclap

I could easily buy half of the sunglasses they have. I really have to restrain myself. I mean, most of their non-prescription sunglasses are only $95! That’s nine-five y’all. Less than $100? I mean, I technically could buy three pairs of Warby Parker sunglasses for the price of one designer pair…things to think about. #hmmmm

I’m utterly obsessed with Warby’s new Corner Collection. A little more edgy than my typical preppy disposition but that doesn’t even matter. Particularly the Teddy frames…I’d like one in every color please. No seriously. Just look at them:



I can just see these glasses being terrific for cozy times and leaf-crunching rambles alike. And even when the temps rise again, they’re still good to go. Warby Parker Corner Collection for the win.


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