Recently Warby Parker reached out to me to help them introduce their new Corner Collection. Being that I am already a huge fan of Warby Parker glasses and sunglasses, I was happy to take part in the introduction.
There are 4 things that I really like about Warby Parker.
- They are extremely stylish.
- They are affordable, which means that I don’t cringe every time my Rx changes.
- They have several options for trying on and ordering the glasses (in store, home try on, and virtual try on).
- They donate a pair of glasses every time a pair is purchased.
I am someone who appreciates instant gratification, so the only thing that I don’t like is that my glasses aren’t delivered to me in an hour. 🙂
I own 2 pairs of Warby Parker glasses and have been extremely happy with the quality of the frames and lenses. I typically have to have my lenses “thinned” because of an astigmatism and my WP lenses didn’t need anything more than what the $95 glasses come with. That, for me, is a huge win because the thinner lenses are usually very expensive.
If you’re familiar with Warby Parker, you know that they release new collections pretty frequently and are very much “on trend”. Of course, the Corner Collection is no exception. I mean, look at these cute frames!
I am sort of obsessed with the Quentin sunglasses…very chic.
Warby Parker says this about the Corner Collection…
The Corner Collection gets its name from our seasonal preoccupation with silhouettes and angles. This time around, we’re experimenting with traditional shapes; think crisp keyhole bridges, sloping brow lines, sharp temples, and straight-edged brow bars in a handsome mix of horn-inspired acetate and stainless steel. Our five new frames—Hutton, Topper, Goodney, Teddy, and Quentin—are totally distinctive and a little bit irreverent. We didn’t forget color, either. Two new hues, Rhubarb and Quartz, round out an intense palette of autumnal and icy shades, terrific for indoorsy cozy times and leaf-crunching rambles alike. (Even when the temps rise again, they’re still good to go.)
With all of this talk about glasses and the cool look of the Corner Collection, I could use some help choosing a new pair. Will you help?
I used the virtual try on to create the images above. I tried to keep a very neutral face (aka no make-up, but who am I kidding, that’s my MO these days) and a simple jean shirt so that we could get an accurate picture.
What do you think of the new Corner Collection? Which are your favorite?
I was not compensated by Warby Parker to share the new Corner Collection. All opinions are my own.