New Year, New Styles

Woman in glasses

Here are three quick ways to make a noticeable change in how people see you — and how you see the new year!

Colors Pop of Color

Brighten up your ensemble with a pop of color — new releases by Dutz, Face à Face, and Scott Harris offer frames in colors subtle enough for everyday wear but that can be played up with matching clothing and accessories. Try a matte amber tortoise frame with a keyhole bridge for a modern take on classic colorways, keeping your outfit as versatile as you are. If you want to go a little bolder, add patterned socks to your outfit for an additional pop of color and touch of personality.

Vintage Vintage Revival

Keep it classic with vintage revival. New “old” looks from Penguin, Tom Ford, and Garrett Leight offer distinctive frame shapes and rich materials. These brands are reminiscent of old Hollywood and can be dressed up or down to fit any occasion. Mix timeless feminine frame shapes with modern clothing details, such as a glamorous pantsuit, for an updated look.

Active Athleisure

Whether heading out for a long run or running errands around town, athleisure remains a go-to fashion trend for both men and women. Protect your eyes from the elements with all-new sunglasses styles from Oakley, Ray Ban, Nike, and Maui Jim, any of which we can provide with or without a prescription.

Something else to remember as we kick off the new year — your health insurance benefits have most likely renewed for your vision insurance, HSA, or FSA plans.

An eye exam can detect many vision and overall health problems early enough to better treat them or even stop them from worsening, and seeing less than your best could hurt your productivity, costing you precious time and keeping you from doing the things that you enjoy.

We encourage you to come in and experience why we are different — from our all-digital eye care process that generates an ultra-accurate prescription to our impeccable guest service. Everything we do is aimed at helping you to see better, look better, and ultimately live better!