Fashion Magazine

Rivet & Sway

By Catiebeatty @catiebeatty
rivet & sway: stylish frames you try on at home!
One of my goals this year has been to work with local Seattle businesses. This city is chalk-full of stylish, talented people who make any proud Seattlite even happier to call this city home.
Rivet & Sway is one of those local businesses that makes me proud to be from Seattle. They're the total package.Rivet & SwayThe company is staffed by great people and, despite it being an online shopping experience, it doesn't feel that way! Everyone is so helpful and friendly, and the service is so personalized, that it really feels like you're a VIP at a local boutique. They even have a personal stylist who will help you find the perfect pair of frames.
At the moment, I have no need for prescription glasses, but judging by the amount of people who wear them in my family, I will probably need them soon. That's why I only felt a little silly ordering frames from Rivet & Sway. When Ritzy, Rivet & Sway's personal stylist, contacted me about writing a review I thought "Well, say what you want about fake glasses on people who don't need them, I'll at least have a nice pair of frames when my eyesight starts to go!" Plus, as you all probably know, I am not shy about wearing non-prescription lense.
The whole process is pretty simple. 
1. Choose threeIf you know what works for your face or what you love, then you can just choose for yourself. If you can't decide, you can use the Personal Styling feature and Ritzy will send you some personalized recommendations based on what you like and face shape.
2. Try them at home Once you've picked three frames, Rivet & Sway will ship them, both ways, for free! You get 3 days to try them on, ask your friends for input, etc. Ritzy is even available to give advice if you can't decide! When you've decide, you ship all the frames back.
3. Order your favoriteThe last step is to order the pair you decided on. This is where you enter your Rx info and they will be ready within a week!
Rivet & SwayI'm such a sucker for great packaging and graphic design.
Rivet & Sway: The SpitfireI'm rather partial to the Spitfire in Galapagos Green
Rivet & Sway specs
Which style should I go for? Rivet & Sway: The RizzoRIvet & Sway: The Faster PussycatRIvet & Sway: The Spitfire
Check back for a pin-to-win sponsored by Rivet & Sway!

Back to Featured Articles on Logo Paperblog