Warby Parker Channels Summertime Bliss with New Eyewear Collection

April 7, 2022
Adarsh Jaikarran charms in a pair of Warby Parker's Winston glasses in Black Oak Tortoise.
Adarsh Jaikarran charms in a pair of Warby Parker’s Winston glasses in Black Oak Tortoise.

Warby Parker Summer 2022 Collection

Warby Parker has unveiled its summer 2022 collection, which includes a variety of new styles. The eyewear company celebrates the season with different colors and several sizes. The fascinating collection has numerous gorgeous shapes that will brighten up your everyday look. And, as usual, you have the option of customizing any pair of glasses with your choice of prescription optical or sun lenses.

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A smart vision, Magor Meng wears Warby Parker's Hector glasses in Driftwood Fade.
A smart vision, Magor Meng wears Warby Parker’s Hector glasses in Driftwood Fade.

Warby Parker draws inspiration for its summer collection from the pleasant mood of relaxing days and warm weather. So its current eyewear is brimming with sculptural designs paired with stylish tortoiseshell prints and sun-kissed colors. According to the brand, Warby Parker wants its newest eyeglasses to reflect the exuberant season.

All smiles, Sebastiao Hungerbuehler wears Warby Parker's Samir sunglasses in Big Sur Blue.
All smiles, Sebastiao Hungerbuehler wears Warby Parker’s Samir sunglasses in Big Sur Blue.

Warby Parker believes that there is a frame for every face and offers an extensive range of summer styles to explore. This idea extends to Warby Parker’s offering of its models in several widths, including a Low Bridge Fit, to accommodate a variety of face shapes. So, what are you waiting for now? Discover your new favorite glasses from Warby Parker’s summer collection.

Warby Parker brings a fun use of color to the season with its Isla glasses (left) and Chase frames (right).
Warby Parker brings a fun use of color to the season with its Isla glasses (left) and Chase frames (right).

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