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Warby Parker Launches Palm Canyon Collection

By Alexa Alfonso @lexlovescouture


Vintage-inspired eyeglasses and sunglasses retailer, Warby Parker, has launched an exciting new collection. The Palm Canyon collection features revamped favorites Winston, Duckworth, Preston and Wheeler in a Palm Springs color palette of mesquite, acacia, ironwood and sand. The whole collection has the feel of being on a vacation in Palm Springs circa 1960. Insert fashion heart attack here.

Creating this new collection did not come easy. Designing and constructing the patterns required a technique that took over a year to perfect, and each pair is distinguished with a unique contrast detail created by melding sheets of woodwork-inspired acetate and tortoise acetate together. No two pairs are alike.

Each pair is available for $145. Both sunglasses and eyeglasses are also available with a prescription for $195. If you are like me and wear prescription glasses then you know that this is an absolute steal.

Check out the entire Palm Canyons collection below:

Winston Cognac Tortoise



Preston Red Canyon


Duckworth Painted Desert


Wheeler Revolver Black


Wheeler Windswept Tortoise 

I am in love with the whole collection, but these are my definite favorite. The color, the shape, and the ode to the 1960′s make these a got to have in my book. These are the perfect spring/summer sunnies!


Shop the entire Palm Canyon Collection here!


Warby Parker was founded by four close friends as an alternative to the bland overpriced frames that were out in the market. With frames starting at $95, this brand should be the go to for those looking for affordability, quality, and style. Don’t have a Warby Parker location near you? No need to fear, with the home try-on you do not even need to leave your house to get a new pair of stylish frames!

xoxo Lex Loves Couture

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