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Warby Parker has easily been my favorite online retailer since I discovered them. They offer a great selection of stylish, affordable, and high-quality frames that comes included with standard lenses with anti-reflective, scratch-resistant, and UV protection.
Warby Parker New Collections
I promise you I am not the only huge fan, there are so many fans of Warby Parker that they started launching physical retail locations all across the country. These retailers have proven to be a huge success and more stores are constantly popping up.
Much of their huge success is all thanks to their unique business model that was a part of their website called the Home Try-On Program. With the Home Try-On Program, online customers are able to pick 5 frames, have those frames shipped to their house to try on to see which frames they like before ordering. For a more deeper look at Warby Parker check my review of the Home Try-On Program.
In order to save you time, I created this page with some of the freshest and greatest collections that have just recently launched from Warby Parker as well as some of my favorite styles. Take a look below.
Warby Parker Fall Collection (August 2019)
Remy in Marzipan Tortoise
Becton in Rosemary Crystal
Darby in Marine Tortoise
Powell in Cranberry Tortoise
Whalen in Lapis Crystal
Farris in Mesquite Tortoise
Bryon in Crystal
Warby Parker just launched their Fall collection and I absolutely loved the colors which include some warn tortoises and some new cooler crystal colors. There are some new styles as well as some styles that are returning in a different color. One of the returning styles is Remy, which was introduced in 2018 in Teal Tortoise and was quite a popular frame. This time Remy returns making a statement with a new bolder and brighter Marzipan Tortoise.
Warby Parker seems to be also focusing on people that like frames that are on the smaller side, which is generally individuals who wear reading glasses. In this collection, you will find Darby and Powell which is perfect for anyone with a petite face or looking to put a reading prescription in their glasses.
For those who enjoy round-shaped frames, this collection aside from Remy also includes Farris, or if you are looking for the next modern classic, there’s Whalen which is a round-lensed frame that features many different timeless accents such as a keyhole bridge topped with scalloped detailing.
Lastly, for those that just enjoy a timeless rectangle-shaped frame, there is Bryon which is available in Crystal as well as Aegean Blue Fade.
Ames Re-release (July 2019)
Ames in Jet Black Matte $145
Ames is a frame that had been discontinued at one point and was recently released again due to popular demand. This frame features a bold browline with a generous wider fit. Designed as a mixed material frame with hand-polished cellulose acetate and stainless steel.
Geoff McFetridge x Warby Parker (July 2019)
Atwater and Edgemont are a limited release in which Warby Parker collaborated with Los Angeles artist Geoff McFetridfe to produce two oversized timeless sunglass styles. Atwater is named after Geoff’s Los Angeles neighborhood where his studio is in and features a rectangle acetate frame that is available in Jet Black as well as Cacao Crystal. Edgemont, a round acetate frame featuring a keyhole bridge, is named after Geoff’s hometown in Canada and is available in Rosemary Crystal and Peppercorn Tortoise. Edgemont is also available in Peppercorn Tortise, and Atwater is also available in Cacao Crystal. The two styles are designed based on some vintage frames that are owned by McFetridge and is great for anyone looking for timeless sunglasses.
Trace Edition (July 2019)
The Trace Edition is quite a unique collection and shows why Warby Parker has gotten to where they are today. Designed using a lightweight stainless steel construction with a pop of color thanks to the thin nylon wire that is on the inside of each frame.
Concentric Collection (June 2019)
Do these frames look familiar to you? This collection was first introduced back in 2014 and features crystal acetate frames with a contrasting dash of color. An eye complementing color ring is attached to crystal acetate to give you a stunningly cool looking frame. In order to achieve this look, two acetate hues are pressed together through a friction process resulting in these one-of-a-kind fashionable frames. Felix and Haskell is also available in Crystal with Maple, Jane is also available in Crystal with Oak Barrel, and Durand is also available in Crystal with Blue Jay.