A Walk in the Warby Parker

Whelps. I may or may not have been on a mental vacation since Thanksgiving. If you follow me on Instagram, you may know that I’m currently in Houston for the holidays. I do hope to post more regularly in the coming year and will be playing a bit of catchup once I return from my vacation.

In the meantime, call me last minute, but I still have one more post left for this year!

 

 

After visiting the newly opened Warby Parker in Buckhead earlier this season, I’ve been itching to get a new pair of glasses. The announcement of their Winter 2014 Collection prompted me to order another Home Try-On.

Warby Parker offers designer eyewear for $95 (or $145 if you’re fancy). Finding the right pair of glasses to suit your facial structure is no easy task, but Warby Parker helps by allowing you to order 5 pairs of glasses to try for 5 days. Completely free of charge. Including free shipping both ways. In addition to their amazing home try-on program, you can also visit one of their retail locations, including one in Atlanta, where you’ll be able to try out all of their frames.

My home try-on included my two favorites from my visit to their Atlanta store, Greenleaf and Watts, and three others from the Winter 2014 Collection, Holcomb, Laurel, and Keene.

Left to right: Holcomb, Greenleaf, Watts, Laurel, and Keene.

And a few shots out in the wild (read: at a coffee shop). Ally and I both lean towards the Greenleaf. What do you think?

On Me

Top — Everlane Ryan Pocket Tee (XS / Black)
Sweater — H&M Girls Fine-Knit Sweater (10-12Y / Dark Gray Melange); similar;
Necklaces — Crafts and Love Lorde and Sam
Glasses — Warby Parker

Photos by Ally.

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Holcomb in Oak Barrel.

Greenleaf in Whiskey Tortoise.

Watts in Newsprint Grey.

Laurel in Tea Rose Fade.

 

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