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Are you tired of these yet?! I kid – I know the answer is probably yes. And my quest for the perfect affordable online glasses will probably never truly be over. But that’s okay! Because with programs like Warby Parker’s At Home Try On, I can test out as many as my heart desires. For an entire week in my own home. FOR FREE!
Warby Parker At Home Try On
Reviewing Warby Parker Frames: Brady in Layered Tortoise Matte, Lucy in Elderflower Crystal, Hallie in Lapis Crystal, Hughes Narrow in Chestnut Crystal and Jane in Elderflower Crystal!
Warby Parker’s Brady frame is very timeless. The slightly rounded rectangular shape is chic and classic, and the layered tortoise coloring is just beautiful. I really really REALLY liked these for an everyday frame. The coloring is great for my fair skin and lighter blonde hair, and the shape of the frames is really flattering!
These were the first frames I tried on in this Warby Parker At Home Try On. And I love them, so much. Glamour is the first thing that comes to mind when I see these Warby Parker Lucy frames. Especially in the Elderflower Crystal coloring! The frame shape is just so unique and so feminine. They do also come in black, but black is really harsh on my pale skin, and I love how light and etherial they seem in the lighter coloring. The beautiful detailing of the polished metal endcaps give the Lucy frame that something special!
From the second I put these on, my husband literally did a double take and said “woah – I really like those”. The Warby Parker Hallie frame in Lapis Crystal is definitely not something I would normally choose. And SO out of my comfort zone. Hallie is definitely a wider frame, suited for larger faces like mine. And the shape is so unique – kind of square, kind of cat eye, but also kind of niether! Plus, this Lapis Crystal color is the most amazing true blue I have ever seen on a pair of frames. Depending on the lighting and angle, they look a little navy or a little more cobalt. Either way, the Hallie frame packs a BIG punch of sass. And I’m here for it.
I’m undecided on these for my face. The Hughes Narrow is definitely a smaller frame than the original Hughes. And because I definitely have a wider / bigger face, I think they’re a little on the small side for me. With that having been said, this Chestnut Crystal coloring is hands down my favorite that Warby Parker has to offer. It’s the perfect almost-tortoiseshell and kind of clear, striated mix. It’s just beautiful. Warby Parker’s Hughes Narrow is definitely meant for smaller faces. But I LOVE the artsy look that these square frames provide. Very Instagram creator chic!
Can you tell I’m in a current crystal vibe right now? Rounding out the last of this Warby Parker At Home Try On is the Jane frame in Elderflower Crystal! These beautiful frames are definitely a top contender out of this try on box. I love the shape – it’s definitely a round frame, but the ends kind of turn up in a cat eye style. But the cat eye is super subtle! I love how the end pieces are a little more exaggerated, too. There’s just so much to love about this frame! I really want to try the Jane in the Violet Magnolia as well, as I see this being a really wonderful daily look. I would highly suggest the Jane if you have a medium face!
See more of my Warby Parker At Home Try Ons HERE!
Which frames would YOU choose from this box? Any favorites? Or just pass?