Warby Parker Fall Collection

I'm super excited to share some new Warby Parker frames with you. Warby Parker is one of the original, stylish, try-at-home eyeglasses companies. I have a pair of their glasses that I bought a few years ago, and I was really excited to circle back with them and check out some of their new stuff. When they first came out, they had a very masculine vibe, which is fine sometimes, but lately I have been gravitating toward more feminine glasses. I always buy my glasses online now because they are so much more affordable than what I can get in the optician's shop in person.

Warby Parker offers a Home Try-On program, which allows you to choose up to five frames to have sent to you to try on. You get to hold on to them for a few days, and the label to send them back is provided. You do have to give them a credit or debit card number, but they only put a $1 authorization on it, which eventually expires. They never actually charge you anything. I assume they ask for the card in case you don't send the frames back in time.

It's a super simple process and really fun to try on glasses in the comfort of your own home, and be able to share your frames with your friends on social media to get their opinions as well. If you have an FSA that has use-it-or-lose it money in it, now would be a great time to do a Home-Try-On order to get some picked out before the end of the year.

The first pair I tried on was Annette in Petal Tortoise.

Warby Parker Annette in Petal Tortoise
I love how these are feminine and have a bit of color while still being appropriate for a conservative office dress code. Anyone from a high school student to an attorney to a stay-at-home mom could rock these and still feel pretty and look smart.

I tried a few more pairs:

Warby Parker Linwood in Violet Magnolia
The Linwood in Violet Magnolia are kind of a tortoiseshell color with little bits of purple mixed in. There was very little purple- it was mostly various shades of brown.

Warby Parker Welty in Plum Marblewood
I really like the Welty in Plum Marblewood - in fact I like them so much, I already have a couple of pairs of glasses that are very similar, including a pair from Warby Parker that I bought a few years ago. I am glad to see the color range has expanded on this type of frame.

Warby Parker Durand in Saddle Russet
The Durand in Saddle Russet is totally not for me. I like the ombre effect a lot, but I can't get over how big they are on the bottom. It reminds me of glasses I had as a little kid. This is a very trendy style right now, though.

Warby Parker Crane Ti in Striped Olive
My second favorite frame from this batch is the Crane Ti in Striped Olive. I have wanted a pair of olive glasses for a while, and I like the strong shape of the frame. These or Annette are next in line when I need glasses again.

Which are your favorites? Let me know in the comments!

The usual disclaimers. I am a part of the Warby Parker affiliate network, and I do make a little bit of money if you click the links in this post and then buy glasses. However, the home-try-on process I used to try these out are available to any customer, and I was not given anything extra as a blogger. The opinions are all my own! 

1 comment:

  1. Anonymous6:08 PM

    I like the last ones! And I love that they donate glasses for every pair bought as well.