Tuesday, July 26, 2016

Summer Bucket List with Warby Parker

Can we all agree that life is just whizzing by? It feels like summer is almost over, but thankfully, we still have a whole month or two of nice, warm weather. Which means there is still plenty of time to check off the remaining items on my 2016 Summer Bucket List.  

And that's where Warby Parker comes in! It wouldn't be summer without an amazing pair of sunglasses (prescription or not) to accompany us on all of our great adventures. They have a bunch of great, amazing styles to chose from (Adam is currently in the process of trying to pick one - Good luck, babe!). PLUS, they have a new, limited edition line: Field Series, that I get to share with you all. 

First up is the Reed, which I would wear to a summer luau:

Miami Bathing Suit: CupShe, Shorts: Thrifted, Vans, Socks: Zumiez 

The Reed comes in two colors: Green Spruce, which I've paired here with a swimsuit, tropical print shorts and my new high-top Vans; as well as Jet Black Matte.

Then, there is the Bonnie, which I would wear for the upcoming DDay Re-Enactment in Conneaut:
Top: Gifted, Sweater: Hand-Me-Down, Skort: Thrifted, Shoes: Swapped

Bonnie comes in Grapefruit Soda with Riesling, which I've paired with all thrifted items for a laid back retro look for the event. You can also find Bonnie in Walnut Tortoise.

Finally, there is the Grady, which I would wear for a trip to Cedar Point:

DIY Top, Shorts: Thrifted, Bikini Top: CupShe, Ankle Boots: YES! (c/o Solestruck)

I paired the Whiskey Tortoise Grady with a DIY top, cut-off shorts and ankle boots for a day at "The Roller Coaster Capitol of the World" (well, I'd remove the tassels because, you know, safety). You can also catch the Grady in Crystal Aqua.

The Field series has all of the styles and colors you need to take in any adventure, and all styles are available starting today! So if you are in the market for new sunglasses, prescription or not, feel free to check out the Field Series, as well as Warby Parker's other amazing sunglasses options here!

PS: Did you know, when you purchase glasses from Warby Parker, they make a donation to their nonprofit partners to source glasses and train men and women in developing countries to give basic eye exams and sell glasses to their communities at affordable prices? (I'm over-simplifying this charitable process, so feel free to read more about the work Warby Parker is doing here.) Also, if you are like me and don't actually need prescription glasses (even though you may have failed your first eye exam in 10 years, so the doctor told you to get some prescription glasses), you can still order sunglasses from Warby Parker? Yeah, me either.

What all do you have left on your summer bucket list?