Trying Warby Parker

An image of a case with 5 pairs of glasses

Warby Parker’s Home-Try Program

I surprised myself because I actually loved every single pair I tried on. Who would have thought a bright blue frame would look good? Personally, I liked their “Finch” frames and “Lowry” sunglasses the most. Their over-sized qualities made my nose look thinner and smaller (always a plus) and were fun enough without distracting from the rest of my face.

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If you’re interested in Warby Parker’s glasses, the home-try on program gives you 5 pairs for 5 days at no cost.

Check out twitter #warbyhometryon to see lots of frames in action.


A picture of a girl wearing five pairs of glasses

@pialosophy_ wearing 5 pairs of glasses

Architecture for Humanity

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Architecture for Humanity improves the lives of over 100,000 people per year. When natural disasters devastate the built environment, Architecture for Humanity is there. They have trained local professionals, built centers, and brought education after super-storms like typhoon Haiyan in the Phillipines, and Hurricane Sandy in the US.

To celebrate Architecture’s 15th anniversary, Warby Parker has a limited edition Architecture for Humanity Collection. These two frames are inspired by simple angles and built-to-last materials. They are made from premium Japanese titanium and acetate.

A portion of each purchase goes towards Architecture for Humanity. And don’t forget about the Warby Parker Buy One Give One policy — for every pair sold, a pair is distributed to someone in need.

An architecture for Humanity Project

“When you design like you give a damn, buildings can make a difference.”