The best part of landing in Los Angeles on Monday morning was putting on my sunglasses when I stepped outside the airport. In gray, cold, snowy Boston there isn't any occasion to wear sunglasses in the winter. Putting on a glamorous pair of shades automatically elevates any outfit.
If you aren't familiar with Warby Parker, they are the undisputed best, most stylish and socially conscious eyewear brand. I was first introduced to them when their Warby Park Class Trip bus parked in Faneuil Hall back in October 2012 (read all about that here). I desperately wish I needed glasses so I could wear their frames all the time. Check out their eyeglasses here.
I rejoiced when I learned Warby Parker had not one, but two new sunglasses collections for spring. I love the Lowry sunnies in green citrine in the Spring Collection. The website describes this pair as, "exuding panache."
The Reilly shades in marzipan tortoise are also one of my favorites for spring. There is nothing more fabulous than oversized sunglasses.
This year Warby Parker is introducing the Palm Canyon Collection, which has me totally swooning. The collection takes some of their best selling frames and puts a Palm Springs spin on them. This collection's color palette is mesquite, acacia, ironwood and sand.
This pair, the Winston in cognac tortoise, totally transports you to Palm Springs with that laid back, yet luxurious vibe. I can easily picture wearing these while riding in a convertible, top down and soaking in those California rays.
My favorite pair of all is called the Duckworth in painted desert. I am obsessed with these blue lens!
I also love the brushed look of the frames. I need these!
Doesn't looking at these frames make you all the more excited for spring?
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*All images courtesy of Warby Parker.