Warby Parker Eyewear

As time goes on, it seems as if more and more people are wearing glasses. I guess it is because of the countless hours we spend staring at our computers, cell-phones, and TVs each day. Just three months into law school, I found my myself suffering from major headaches and eye problems. In order to preserve my near perfect eyesight, I decided to buy a pair of reading glasses. In my search I stumbled quite accidentally on a company called WarbyParker. Started by a quartet of imperialistic globe-trotters with a “strong desire to make a world a better place,” WarbyParker is the place to go for affordable glasses. With their “Buy a Pair Give a Pair” slogan, the $95 a WarbyParker customer spends buying a uniquely designed pair of glasses, also goes to funding or giving an actual pair of glasses to partner organization that focuses on bringing affordable glasses to those in need of them. So next time you need a pair of glasses, check out WarbyPaker for a pair of hip new glasses and in doing so you will be also helping someone else who would not have otherwise been able to afford a pair get a pair as well.

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3 thoughts on “Warby Parker Eyewear

  1. […] Also, check out the special, limited-edition sunglasses Warby Parker (see our Warby Parker profile here) has made in partnership with them as well here. Advertisement LD_AddCustomAttr("AdOpt", "1"); […]

  2. […] we featured a really cool company called WarbyParker Eyewear (if you missed that post read it here). We like WarbyParker because their “Buy a Pair Give a Pair” slogan promises that the money […]

  3. […] most favorite trendy eyewear provider, Warby Parker (see our previous post about Warby Parker here), has teamed up with an organization called Pencils of Promise which builds schools in the […]

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