Recently, I was able to try out the companies unique home try-on program. Within a couple of days I received a package in the mail full of the wonderfully crafted glasses. I’m definitely not any form of a scientist, but the specs behind these specs can be found on the company website and they’re nothing short of incredible. Unfortunately, I picked all of the wrong frames for my narrow face shape and had to send them all back for different styles, but my roommate tried on the pairs I had and fell in love with every one of them. The entire try on process was a breeze and I highly recommend it for anyone looking to find a great new pair of glasses or to just try out a different look for five days.
The Warby Parker brand was originally started by a group of guys that were sick of the high price tag that came along with style when choosing optic frames. From head to toe this company is outfitted with their desire to see a change in an industry that was virtually static before they entered the game. Creating a quality product that would retail for an affordable price [$95 for the frame AND the lenses.] was important to them in the beginning and is still a factor that they’ve continued to stay true to today.
Many companies have taken steps towards making their resources more multifaceted in order to help meet the needs of others. For Warby Parker, that mindset wasn’t an after-thought, but instead it was one of the things that made up the core of their being.
“Warby Parker was born out of our collective personal traits: a penchant for outrageous outfits, an affinity for vintage collectibles and a strong desire to make the world a better…