Today I’m excited to share a fun, different kind post with you. I love innovative services and Warby Parker is one of my favorites that I discovered in college. Instead of buying glasses at your doctor’s office, you can browse frames online at Warby Parker and they ship them to your house. You select five frames, keep them them for five days and then ship them back with a prepaid label. The whole process is free, and you don’t have the pressure from the sales associate at the doctor’s office. And did I mention most the frames are only $95?
Warby Parker recently launched a fall collection with details inspired by Surrealist art. For the 5 day home try-on, I chose my favorite pair from the fall collection and four from the classic.
Barnett- these are part of the fall collection!
Which one is your favorite?
Disclaimer: I was not compensated for this post- I am a personal user of the brand and thought it would be a fun topic to write on!
When Firmoo reached out to me to review their glasses, I was thrilled. I had seen their glasses on other bloggers and thought it would be fun to style a shoot wearing glasses. Something y’all should know about me: I have bad eyesight. Like, really really bad (My contact prescription is -7.00 if that means anything to you!) and I’m pretty embarrassed by it, so I never wear glasses. I guess I associate them with being unstylish, like the large oval metal frames everyone had in the 90s and early 2000s. With plastic frames becoming more common, glasses have become a lot more stylish. The best part for you reading this blog post? As a new customer, you can get 50% off any frame! Just go here for the discount: http://www.firmoo.com/z/new-50-off.html
If you have any trouble with the ordering, their customer service is great. I could not get to the checkout screen, and was thinking their website was broken. Turns out, I just needed to zoom out my browser view and a little “check out” bubble popped up. Oops. I have Warby Parker glasses that are a dark tortoise print, so I wanted to go with something fun. I chose glasses with a pretty geometric design on the side.
This vintage style is different from the usual posts on the blog, but it was really fun to do! My friend Emily has such the perfect apartment for it, and I really enjoyed taking these pictures! How awesome is that record player?!
I got this dress at Old Navy for $9! I had forgotten how awesome Old Navy prices are…and they have maternity clothes! Double score.
Dress: Old Navy Maternity // Glasses: Firmoo (c/o) // Earrings- gift // Bracelet- J.Crew
Disclaimer: I received these glasses for free from Firmoo. All thoughts & opinions are my own.