Eyes can be such a-holes. Costing you an arm and a leg just to do their job.
Warby Parker is taking them head on. The new spectacles are the brainchild of four Wharton MBA students who discovered the market of affordable stylish eyewear was untapped.
Head to the site (the only place they’re sold), upload a photo of yourself, and try out different looks from the collection of 27 not-too-modern styles. All are custom made from cellulose acetate (more durable than plastic) with antireflective, antiscratch polycarbonate prescription lenses (thinner and lighter than glass). A pair costs just $95 (including shipping). If you’re not satisfied, return them for a refund.
To warm your heart, Warby Parker donates eyeglasses to someone in need for every pair sold.
Which is pretty much a hole in one.
Available online at warbyparker.com.
Photo: Courtesy of Warby Parker