Hot on the heels of its new spring collection, Warby Parker is giving us yet ANOTHER reason to cheer, as the eyewear company is expanding its line in a whole new way with brand new options for our little ones!
The glasses brand has just announced a new, limited-edition collection of frames for kiddos, which come in miniature versions of some of its most popular frame styles, including Wilkie, Lyle, Louise, Percey, Chamberlain, and Daisy. They come in multiple colorways as well, giving your kids their choice of bright frames of peony, eastern bluebird fade, oxford blue crystal, or tea rose in addition to standard hues of oak barrel and jet black.
The line fits faces of all sizes, with “Jr.” styles available for ages eight and up, and “Jr. Jr.” for really little ones in the four to seven age bracket.
As the company’s CEO and co-founder, Dave Gilboa, explained, “Over the years, we’ve heard from customers on the hunt for smaller — but just as good-looking — options for their kids. The opportunity to give them a stress-free, fun, and affordable experience to shop for glasses has been one of the best ways to jumpstart the new year. These are definitely the glasses I wish I had growing up.” (Us, too!)
You can pick up a pair starting at $95 (including prescription lenses!) at all of the label’s eight New York locales for the next 12 weeks.
What’s more, every pair purchased during the pilot will support the Pupils Project program, an initiative which provides children in NYC’s Community Schools with free vision screenings, eye exams, and glasses.
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(Photos via Warby Parker)