Warby Parker Winter Collection

Warby Parker Winter Collection

Last month I introduced y'all to Warby Parker's Corner Collection. The focus on silhouettes and attention to the angular details of the frames, really brought about a fresh perspective to eyeglasses and sunglasses. Now a month later, Warby Parker has topped themselves yet again with not one, but two brand new collections. The Winter Collection and the 826 Collaboration. I'm going to share with y'all a little bit about the winter collection.

 When I think of winter, what comes to mind are nights curled up by the fire, wearing my cable knit sweater over a plaid button down, and seeing the snow fall outside. Okay, so I admit that I live in an apartment, sans fireplace, and it doesn't snow as much as I'd like it to here in DC. Let's just say this is how I wish my winter nights were spent.

So when it came to putting together a collection of glasses for the winter, Warby Parker focused on exactly what the winter months are supposed to be like. Attention was put on the woodsy details, styles that worked well with those plaid shirts, and pulling inspiration from the cold outdoors. The Winter collection features six new rich tones and eight new shapes.

You can tell a lot of thought went into the shape and design of their new frames. I really like the color block design of the Vaughan Eastern Bluebird Fade, and the icy color of the Verne Beach Glass. Definitely what I'd envision for winter wear.
I also can't say it enough, how much I love and support companies that go above and beyond their "sale" of duty. For every pair of glasses sold, Warby Parker donates a pair of glasses to someone in need through their non-profit sponsors. So when you buy a pair for yourself, you're helping someone in need at the same time. How great is that?!

I highly suggest you checkout more of the winter collection, here, and be sure to take a look at Warby Parker's 826 Collaboration as well. Both collections are on point and I cannot wait to see what they come up with next.

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**Thank you Warby Parker for supplying the photos and information for this post. All opinions are my own.

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