At Pearle Vision, I think it’s safe to say that today we’ve found it: a rainbow connection. The color spectrum is saturating frames more than ever, and I feel like Dorothy stepping out of her black-and-white world into the colorful land of Oz. Everything looks bright, dazzling and optimistic. With the mounting colored options, I find myself happily faced with debates such as the choice between peacock blue accented frames (would they pop out from my brown hair?) or a blushing pink frame (would they flatter my complexion?). CONTINUE READING
Archive for January, 2012
My favorite thing about the start of a new calendar year is the promise of the fresh slate; reboot, re-start, rejuvenate. Out with the old and in with the new (mantras I apply to a first-of-the-year wardrobe/eyewear clean out). Hopefully your new year started with a swell to your bank account or an influx of gift cards (thanks to the holiday season) so you are able to indulge yourself in new frame styles from Pearle Vision!
I for one am certainly an advocate for starting 2012 in fresh style, and there’s no better time to tie in an eyewear update than in sync with your New Year’s resolutions. With your hopeful outlook and self-improving goals in check, I invite you to survey some of my favorite new styles that go along with the New Year and some of the common new resolutions we’re making: CONTINUE READING
As human beings, our sight differs from one another not just in personal outlook, but in terms of eye health and in needs. Just like certain food allergies can require a difference in diet among individuals, different eye issues can require different types of lenses for contact wearers. You may have considered using contacts before but felt concerned that a special eye problem you deal with may not make you a candidate for contact lenses. Well, think again! Nearsightedness, astigmatism, presbyopia—whatever your issue, more than likely Pearle Vision has a contact lens for that. CONTINUE READING
The start of a new year marks a time where many of us look inward to ourselves for ways we hope to renew our lives for the year ahead. As you evaluate how you want to refresh, today I encourage you to shift your focus outward to your outlook itself—to clear and healthy vision. Consider the following eye-health resolutions for a bright and in-focus 2012: CONTINUE READING