Friday, April 25, 2014

Warby Parker-Inspired Looks

Happy Friday, friends!

I was asked a few weeks ago by Warby Parker to design some outfits based on some of their new collections.  I thought this was a fun idea since a few of their collections are centered around the upcoming warm seasons.  Don't worry--this is not a sponsored post and I'm getting no form of compensation for this's just a fun alternative to my typical outfit designs!

But if you do get interested in the Warby Parker collections, just check out their site.  They offer 5 days free to try out 5 frames for most of their collections, which might be beneficial if you're in the market!

Here's the pair of glasses that I chose from the Spring Collection:

Aren't these fun yet sophisticated?  I wanted to design a Spring outfit that embraced the new warmer weather, and here's what I came up with:

Cute, right?  I love the sundress and fedora--they're so playful which would go great with the glasses!

Dress--American Eagle
Necklace--7 For All Mankind

From the Spectrum Sun collection, I chose these glasses:

 Fun pink shades that glam up an outfit.  I decided to pair this with a Summer date night outfit.  Here it is:

It's dressy yet casual--great for a night on a restaurant patio watching the sun set (ok, cheesy I know!). 

Jeans--Old Navy

And from the Architecture for Humanity collection, I chose these fun glasses:

I love the pattern on the frames!  Probably the most serious of the three, I decided to pair them with a comfy look for chilly evenings.  Here it is:

I love mixing cream, gray, and pink--a soft, feminine combination.  The glasses would really sharpen up (no pun intended) the look!  And I love mixing the patterned glasses with the floral design.

Oversized cardigan--River Island
Shirt--Dorothy Perkins
Jeans--Saint Laurent

So what do you think?  How do you pair glasses with outfit?  

I'll be back next week with more book reviews and outfits...I've got quite a few reviews ready to go!

*I am not associated with any companies or products mentioned.  I received no compensation from Warby Parker for this post.

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