Style – The Fine Print Blog //wp.readers.com/blog by Readers.com Mon, 15 Oct 2018 17:55:19 +0000 en-US hourly 1 //wordpress.org/?v=4.8.3 //wp.readers.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/cropped-Rea-newFavicon-2016-Final-32x32.png Style – The Fine Print Blog //wp.readers.com/blog 32 32 Reading Glasses Perfect for the Entertainer //wp.readers.com/blog/the-entertainer/ //wp.readers.com/blog/the-entertainer/#respond Mon, 20 Aug 2018 14:50:44 +0000 //wp.readers.com/blog/?p=15320 Is your house the meeting spot for friends and family to watch the latest hit series? Do you host annual award show parties? Or do you just love to entertain? If this sounds remotely like you, we think you’ll love this!  We’ve created a collection of reading glasses perfect for The Entertainer. Here you’ll find […]

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Is your house the meeting spot for friends and family to watch the latest hit series? Do you host annual award show parties? Or do you just love to entertain? If this sounds remotely like you, we think you’ll love this! 

We’ve created a collection of reading glasses perfect for The Entertainer. Here you’ll find styles inspired in shape and name by some of our favorite actors, musicians, movies, and shows.

How charming! A half frame reader like The Charm has a high bridge and is commonly worn further down your nose to keep your distance vision unobstructed while providing you with the magnification you need for reading. 

Don’t miss the action!  Looking for a pair of readers that you can keep on while reading and watching a show? We recommend a pair of bifocal readers like The Actor Bifocal. Not to mention — a classic round frame never goes out of style! 

Bifocal readers have unmagnified lenses which also contain inserts with the magnification of your choice in the lower portion of the lenses.

If retro is your style, we recommend a style like The Draper with fully magnified lenses and a retro square frame.

Heading to the drive-in or projecting a movie outside? Choose a pair of reading sunglasses like The Geller Reading Sunglasses with the magnification of your choice throughout the lens.

Shop the entire Entertainer Collection to find the perfect pair for your entertaining needs!


Disclaimer: All references to “bifocals” herein refer to readers having unmagnified lenses containing a “bifocal style” single powered reading glass insert located in the lower portion of the lenses.

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A Guide To Ordering Bifocal Reading Glasses //wp.readers.com/blog/a-newbies-guide-to-ordering-bifocals/ //wp.readers.com/blog/a-newbies-guide-to-ordering-bifocals/#respond Tue, 06 Mar 2018 19:55:15 +0000 //wp.readers.com/blog/?p=14299 If you find you are having problems with close-up vision but your distance vision is unhindered, bifocal reading glasses might just be the answer!  We know that if you’re purchasing a pair of bifocals for the first time it can be difficult finding the answers you’re looking for. To assist you in finding the right […]

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If you find you are having problems with close-up vision but your distance vision is unhindered, bifocal reading glasses might just be the answer!  We know that if you’re purchasing a pair of bifocals for the first time it can be difficult finding the answers you’re looking for. To assist you in finding the right pair of bifocals that fit your optical needs, we’ve provided answers to frequently asked questions, along with information on our Readers.com bifocals.

What are bifocal reading glasses?

Bifocals are lenses that have two focal points. At Readers.com, our bifocal readers have unmagnified lenses which also contain inserts with the magnification of your choice in the lower portion of the lenses.

The unmagnified upper section helps you focus out in the distance while doing activities such as driving, watching tv, cooking, etc. On the bottom of the bifocal lens you will select your reading power, which helps you see up close while doing activities such as looking at a map, reading a book, sewing, and following a recipe.

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Doesn’t “bifocal” mean a lens has two focal points in it?

It does! Although the top of the bifocal lens is clear (also known as “plano”), it allows you to see at a distance without correction, giving the lens two focal points: the unmagnified upper lens and the lower bifocal insert portion.

 

What are bifocal sunglasses?

Like our regular bifocal readers, these sunglasses are unmagnified at the top, and have your reading power in the bottom portion of the lens. The bifocal power helps with seeing your speedometer, writing on a scorecard, reading a compass, etc. If you are an avid fisher you will love how our polarized bifocal reading sunglasses allow you to see out into the water and also look down to bait your line or remove the prized fish you just caught.  

As an added bonus, all of our reading sunglasses are UVA/UVB protected!

Shop Women’s Bifocal Reading Sunglasses   Shop Men’s Bifocal Reading Sunglasses ›

 

What are customizable bifocals?

Customizable bifocals are perfect for people who have different powers in each eye, but the top of the lens still cannot have power added.  If you have a need for customizable bifocals we highly encourage you to check with your eye doctor to confirm your reading power before ordering, as these glasses are custom-made at our local lab and are non-returnable and non-refundable.

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Do you carry no-line or executive bifocals?

No–to be accurate, no-line bifocals do not exist. There are lenses called progressives, which we do not carry, and are commonly confused as no-line bifocals. These are different because they have multiple focal points and not just two.

Executive bifocals are lenses that have the bifocal power across the entire width of the bottom section of the lens, rather than the half moon (“flat top”) bifocals our readers have.

 

Is it possible to order power in the top portion of the lens?

Since our glasses are pre-manufactured and cannot be changed, it is not possible to order bifocals with a different magnification in the top and bottom of the lens.

 

Still have questions?

Didn’t see your question answered above? We’d love to assist you! Just ask your question in the comments and we’ll make sure you receive an answer.

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9 Must-Have Reading Sunglass Styles For Summer //wp.readers.com/blog/reading-sunglasses-by-style/+ Mon, 26 Jun 2017 16:52:47 +0000 //www.readers.com/blog/?p=13432 It’s a Sunday afternoon — you have all the time in the world to relax. The sun is shining, with few clouds in the sky. It’s a little warm, but that’s okay because the wind is blowing just enough to keep you cool. Voila, it’s picturesque reading weather! You decide to sit by the pool […]

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It’s a Sunday afternoon — you have all the time in the world to relax. The sun is shining, with few clouds in the sky. It’s a little warm, but that’s okay because the wind is blowing just enough to keep you cool. Voila, it’s picturesque reading weather! You decide to sit by the pool and read your new book while splashing your feet in the water. Once you sit down, you realize there’s a slight problem. You can’t see the pages of your book because the glare of the sun is just too bright!

Many of us book lovers have been in similar situations. Luckily, Readers.com offers reading sunglasses! These are sunglasses with reading glasses powers all in one. If you already have a favorite frame style of glasses, the same style can be found in reading sunglasses. If not, check out our Face Shape Guide to figure out which frame looks best with your face shape.

Here are some of our best selling Sun Readers ® by style:

1. Aviators

The Hendrix Bifocal Reading Sunglasses

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Aviators are very popular this season. They’re stylish yet practical and are worn by many Baby Boomer actors.

2. Browline

The Cayman Reading Sunglasses

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Browline readers are trending this summer, which means a pair of these will keep you in-style.

3. Cat Eye

The Pearl Bifocal Reading Sunglasses

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Cat eye frames are a perfect mixture of fun and practicality. They can spice up an outfit while allowing you to feel comfortable as you read a book.

4. Oval

The Agent Bifocal Reading Sunglasses

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Oval frames are known for their functionality and style, plus they’re worn by influential actors.

5. Rectangle

The Shandy Reading Sunglasses

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Rectangle frames are great for people that want something simple and easy for everyday wear.

6. Retro Square

The Declan Flexible Reading Sunglasses

The Declan - Square

 

Retro square readers are great for everyday reading. They’re simple and perfect for either gender, no matter your age.

7. Round

The Drama Bifocal Reading Sunglasses

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Achieve Ivy League status with our classy round reading glasses!

8. Square

The Randy Reading Sunglasses

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Square shaped frames are great for everyday wear. They especially look good on people with rounder face shapes.

9. Oversized

The Vale Bifocal Reading Sunglasses

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Oversized frames are always a glamorous look that have been donned by countless celebrities. Make a chic statement with this perfect summer accessory.

This summer, don’t let the sunlight keep you from reading a great book outside. Pick out your favorite style of reading sunglasses to make your reading experience more comfortable and stylish. Happy reading!


Disclaimer: All references to “bifocals” herein refer to readers having unmagnified lenses containing a “bifocal style” single powered reading glass insert located in the lower portion of the lenses.

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7 for 7: Reading Glasses for Every Day of the Week //wp.readers.com/blog/glasses-for-every-day-of-the-week/ Wed, 01 Feb 2017 13:00:48 +0000 //www.readers.com/blog/?p=13048 Let’s face it–you feel different waking up on Monday than you do on Saturday morning. Different moods call for different frames. We’ve created a list of reading glasses to help you tackle each day of the week. Monday You’ve got a case of the Mondays. But, don’t worry. All you need is a little pick-me-up. […]

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Let’s face it–you feel different waking up on Monday than you do on Saturday morning. Different moods call for different frames. We’ve created a list of reading glasses to help you tackle each day of the week.

Monday

You’ve got a case of the Mondays. But, don’t worry. All you need is a little pick-me-up. A pair of colorful glasses will do the trick.

Shop Colors >

Tuesday

You mean business. You’re in the groove and ready for a productive week. Sophisticated round readers are a fitting choice for the day.

Shop Round >

Wednesday

You’re all smiles today. After all, it’s Wednesday. You need readers that are as happy as you are. Plus, they need to be able to tag along to half-priced wine night!

Shop Prints >

Thursday

Similar to Tuesday, you’re looking forward to an ultra-productive day. Choose oversized frames to channel your inner brain power and head into Friday feeling accomplished.

Shop Retro Square >

Friday

TGIF. Put your fancy pants on because tonight’s the night for a nice dinner out. An upswept cat eye says you’re ready for a good time.

Shop Cat Eyes >

Saturday

There’s no better feeling than waking up on Saturday morning. Gardening, soaking up the sun, going on a bike ride–Mother Nature is your best friend today. You’ll want a pair of reading sunglasses to tackle the day.

Shop Reading Sunglasses >

Sunday

Sunday is meant for relaxing. Who says you can’t stay in your PJs all day? Definitely not us. Whether you’re cuddling up in front of the TV or working on your computer, you’ll want a pair of computer readers.

Shop Computer Readers >

In case you missed it, we’ve got the scoop on the five pairs of reading glasses you need to start building your collection. Check out the list here.

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Fall Fashion 2016: Which Trends to Wear //wp.readers.com/blog/fall-fashion-trends-2016/ Thu, 25 Aug 2016 20:31:27 +0000 //www.readers.com/blog/?p=13560 Although we’re sad that summer is officially coming to a close, we would be lying if we told you that we’re not a little excited for fall. Even if you’re not a fan of the colder weather and shorter days, fall is, at the very least, an excuse to update your wardrobe. Below are a few […]

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Although we’re sad that summer is officially coming to a close, we would be lying if we told you that we’re not a little excited for fall. Even if you’re not a fan of the colder weather and shorter days, fall is, at the very least, an excuse to update your wardrobe. Below are a few fall fashion trends of 2016 that we think are both stylish and wearable.

1. Velvet

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Velvet is back and we couldn’t be more excited. That being said, make sure not to overdo it — instead try a velvet skirt or a pair of velvet heels. Subtlety is key.

Featured pair: The Quincy

2. Dusty Pink and Yellow

fall pink and yellowBelieve it or not, the combination of pink and yellow is a fall trend in 2016! If you’re worried that the colors are too bright for fall, try toning it down with some black accents (that’s not cheating, we promise).

Featured pair: The Honey

3. Plaid Coats

plaid coat fall trend 2016Plaid is making a comeback — in jacket-form! Over the past couple of years we’ve seen plaid patterns emerge in tops and accessories, and this year we’re excited to see it bigger than it’s been in a while. We recommend pairing plaid coats with an eloquent, classy look.

Featured pair: The Sundae

4. Burnt Red and Tan

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One of the biggest colors this fall will be a burnt red. Although we paired this trend with tan and black, the red is actually slightly dull and neutral, which means that it can be combined with plenty of other bold colors as well. Experiment with brighter colors and neutral colors to see which you personally prefer.

Featured pair: The Laura

5. Fall Florals

fall floralsIf you thought florals were just for spring, think again. These darker, bolder colors bring a certain edge and style to the femininity that is often felt when wearing floral designs. Sounds like a perfect combination to us!

Featured readers: The Gemma

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5 Reading Glasses Trends To Try This Season //wp.readers.com/blog/5-reading-glasses-trends-to-try/ Fri, 29 Jul 2016 20:00:41 +0000 //www.readers.com/blog/?p=13506 Fashion trends, whether they be colors, clothing, or accessories, come and go from season to season. Our reading glasses are no exception! And while we certainly have classic readers that will always be in style, we also have pairs that are a little more fashion-forward. If you’re looking to make a statement this season, check […]

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Fashion trends, whether they be colors, clothing, or accessories, come and go from season to season. Our reading glasses are no exception! And while we certainly have classic readers that will always be in style, we also have pairs that are a little more fashion-forward. If you’re looking to make a statement this season, check out these 5 reading glasses trends that will keep you stylish in the upcoming months.

1. Two Tone Frames

Twice the color, twice the fun. If you’re looking to add a little zest to your wardrobe, but don’t want to experiment with crazy shapes or textures, two tone frames might be of interest to you. Flaunting classic shapes, our two tone readers are a fun and wearable trend to try.

two tone round readers

Shop The Flamingo
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Shop The Garden

2. Mixed Material Frames

Who says plastic and metal don’t go together? One of our favorite reading glasses trends this season is mixed material frames — reading glasses that contain two or more materials. If you’re looking for a more modern, polished look, then you’ll love our mixed material readers.

mixed material readers

Shop The Emerald
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Shop The Wisteria

3. Printed Frames

If you thought prints were just for scarves and wallpaper, guess again. From floral to marble, our printed readers are quickly becoming a customer favorite, and rightfully so. To lighten up any outfit, try a pair of our wide variety of printed reading glasses.

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Shop The Hibiscus
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4. Retro-Inspired Frames

Look familiar? One trend that we’ve been seeing in reading glasses is the resurgence of retro style glasses. From wiry metals readers, to bold thick frames, our retro-inspired reading glasses are a playful nod to the past.

wiry reading glasses

Shop The Alchemy
retro square sun readersShop The Topaz Reading Sunglasses

5. Gadget Reading Glasses

Reading glasses of the 21st century! Not only are these modern readers stylish, they’re also extremely convenient. Two frames we think you’ll find handy are The Anchor, which flaunts a detachable neck cord, and The Peace Polarized Magnetic Bifocal Reading Sunglasses, a style that uses magnets to connect polarized lenses!

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Shop The Anchor
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Shop The Peace Polarized Magnetic Bifocal Reading Sunglasses


Disclaimer: All references to “bifocals” herein refer to readers having unmagnified lenses containing a “bifocal style” single powered reading glass insert located in the lower portion of the lenses.

 

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The Most Patriotic Reading Glasses for Summer //wp.readers.com/blog/patriotic-reading-glasses/ Fri, 01 Jul 2016 14:08:07 +0000 //www.readers.com/blog/?p=13453 On top of warm weather, mouth-watering barbecues, and lots and lots of sun, this summer we’re feeling particularly patriotic. It might be that there’s a little event going on down south, or that it’s Fourth of July weekend, but this summer we’re flaunting some of our red, white, and blue reading glasses. From round readers […]

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On top of warm weather, mouth-watering barbecues, and lots and lots of sun, this summer we’re feeling particularly patriotic. It might be that there’s a little event going on down south, or that it’s Fourth of July weekend, but this summer we’re flaunting some of our red, white, and blue reading glasses. From round readers to hand-painted beauties, here are our top picks for a patriotic summer filled with good food, good people, and hopefully, a few fireworks.

The Americana

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We’re starting the list with the most patriotic readers we have: The Americana. With a hand-painted American flag design on the front of the frame, these reading glasses are perfect for showing your patriotism. Red, white, and wear them all summer.

Shop The Americana

The Apricot Folding Reader

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Talk about convenience! This bright reader folds up neatly in its case so you can easily carry it anywhere you go. Also available in five other fun colors.

Shop The Apricot Folding Reader

The Daffron

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Stuck between metal and plastic? Good news for you: The Daffron reader has both! Pair this thin trendy reader with a little bit of white and blue and you’re all set to cheer on the US Olympic Team in Brazil.

Shop The Daffron

The Trudy Bifocal Reading Sunglasses

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If you’re heading to a cookout, or venturing downtown, The Trudy Bifocal Reading Sunglasses are an essential. UV protected (and not to mention stylish!), this sun reader will come in handy all summer long.

Shop The Trudy Bifocal Reading Sunglasses

The Edgar

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Take a chance with our blue fade Edgar reading glasses.This fully magnified reader brings the right amount of pop for summer while flaunting a classic, rectangular shape.

Shop The Edgar

The Mintred reading glasses

The last reader on our list is The Mint, a round pair of reading glasses with a lot of flair. Take your style to the next level with this vibrant reader, perfect for the bright bold colors of summer. As Katy Perry once said, “Baby, you’re a firework.”

Shop The Mint


Disclaimer: All references to “bifocals” herein refer to readers having unmagnified lenses containing a “bifocal style” single powered reading glass insert located in the lower portion of the lenses.

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Celebrating Mother’s Day By Looking Back //wp.readers.com/blog/celebrating-mothers-day-by-looking-back/ Fri, 29 Apr 2016 20:54:03 +0000 //www.readers.com/blog/?p=13356 With Mother’s Day just around the corner, we can’t help but get a little nostalgic. Adding to the fuel? The resurgence of retro style readers! When we look at popular styles such as The Brit, what we really see is our moms circa 1960. From cat eyes to funky frames, this Mother’s Day we’re remembering our […]

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With Mother’s Day just around the corner, we can’t help but get a little nostalgic. Adding to the fuel? The resurgence of retro style readers! When we look at popular styles such as The Brit, what we really see is our moms circa 1960. From cat eyes to funky frames, this Mother’s Day we’re remembering our moms and their style through the decades.

What Mom wore when…

…you were born.

If you were born in the late 50’s or early 60’s, chances are good that your mom was flaunting some tasteful cat eyes. Take one look at The Venus and we can almost guarantee you’ll be feeling that early childhood nostalgia.

 

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The Venus

What Mom wore when…

…you went on your first date.

As you got older, you may have seen your mom swap in the cat eyes for a more oval shape. A popular style in the early 70’s, The Pandora reminds us of what moms wore around the time of our first (and probably incredibly awkward!) dating experiences. Groovy.

 

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The Pandora

What Mom wore when…

…you graduated high school.

As the 70’s progressed, people really embraced the funk. Mom was probably wearing a similar style as before, except this time she made sure to add the bling. If you like rhinestone accents (we sure do!), then you’ll love The Angie.

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The Angie

What Mom wore when…

…you got hitched.

Assuming you walked down the aisle in the 80’s, these big, bold, plastic frames may just be what your mom wore to the wedding! Try our Trudy Bifocal Reading Sunglasses for a similar frame shape.

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The Trudy Bifocal Reading Sunglasses

This Mother’s Day, we fondly remember our moms and everything that they’ve taught us. And while we’re happy that styles such as cat eyes and browline glasses are making a comeback, we also love the memories and history that these iconic shapes carry with them. Cheers to our moms, and remember — what styles you wear now are what your children (and grandchildren) will be remembering in the future!


Disclaimer: All references to “bifocals” herein refer to readers having unmagnified lenses containing a “bifocal style” single powered reading glass insert located in the lower portion of the lenses.

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Trend Alert — Eco-Friendly Reading Glasses //wp.readers.com/blog/5-trendy-eco-friendly-readers/ Fri, 22 Apr 2016 15:49:20 +0000 //www.readers.com/blog/?p=13346 Bamboo temples? Recycled wood frames? That’s right people, the newest trend in eyewear isn’t metal or plastic — it’s eco-friendly readers! Our newest reading glasses not only look good, but are good for the environment, too. We like to call that a win-win. Read on to learn more about our five favorite eco-friendly readers this season. […]

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Bamboo temples? Recycled wood frames? That’s right people, the newest trend in eyewear isn’t metal or plastic — it’s eco-friendly readers! Our newest reading glasses not only look good, but are good for the environment, too. We like to call that a win-win. Read on to learn more about our five favorite eco-friendly readers this season.

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The Fitzgerald Recycled Wood Bifocal

Cue the nostalgia! These retro bifocals will bring you back to the 50s. But don’t break out the music just yet — we’ve given this classic look a modern update by adding recycled wooden temples.

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The Rowan Bamboo Recycled Reading Sunglasses

Head outdoors in style with The Rowan Bamboo Recycled Reading Sunglasses. Smooth in both looks and texture, these reading sunglasses feature real bamboo temples for added interest.

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The Heather Recycled Bamboo Reader

Just like The Rowan Bamboo Recycled Reading Sunglasses, this reader features real bamboo temples. The only difference? A clear lens, a cat eye shape, and a whole lot of sass. They’re absolutely purrfect, darling.

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The Charlie Recycled Wood Reader

With a rectangular shape, there’s something profound about our Charlie Recycled Wood Reader. Whether it’s that deep, rich color that the recycled wooden temples add, or the metal accents on the temples, these readers may just become your next go-tos.
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The Expedition Recycled Wood Reader

Like The Charlie Recycled Wood Reader, this reader features deep, rich recycled wooden temples. With a strong rectangular face, The Expedition Recycled Wood Reader sports a strong, angular shape.

Love this trend? Shop all of our eco-friendly readers here >


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Get the Look: Winter Wear for the Holidays //wp.readers.com/blog/winter-style-roundup/ Mon, 02 Nov 2015 05:00:40 +0000 //www.readers.com/blog/?p=11713 The Holiday Collection is a curation of our best-selling readers and stylist picks for the winter season. Check out how some of our favorite style bloggers incorporated readers from our Holiday Collection into their winter looks. The best part — now you have an outfit for every holiday get-together this year! We love how Dawn […]

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The Holiday Collection is a curation of our best-selling readers and stylist picks for the winter season. Check out how some of our favorite style bloggers incorporated readers from our Holiday Collection into their winter looks. The best part — now you have an outfit for every holiday get-together this year!

Winter fashion must-haves

Outfit for Casual Dinner Party

We love how Dawn of Fashion Should Be Fun mixed patterns in this look. It’s a fun and playful outfit that’s perfect for a casual holiday outing. Chances are you have lots of dinner parties planned with friends and family over the next few months. This outfit is a great go-to, but don’t forget to pack your readers so you can clearly read the menu! Dawn chose the Ivy League Bifocal in black and tortoise to complete her look.

Shop this look here.

Outfit for Sunday Brunch

Brunch is the perfect time to catch up and celebrate the season with friends, especially if your nights are booked. Just because it’s winter doesn’t mean you should stop wearing bright colors and floral prints. We love Debbie of Fashion Fairy Dust‘s cold-weather ensemble. Don’t forget to throw a pair of readers in your bag (Debbie chose The Brit readers for her purse companion). Grab a coat on your way out the door, too!

Shop this look here.

Outfit for a Night In

Sometimes the best winter nights are spent cozied up by the fire with the company of your closest friends and family. The best part? You don’t have to overthink what you’re going to wear! Go for something comfortable (and keep a pair of booties close by in case you end up outside the house). With her oversized fringe sweater and a pair of our Bookworm readers, Dawn of Fashion Should Be Fun knows exactly how to dress for a night in.

Shop this look here.

Outfit for a Gift Exchange

Whether you’re hosting a Secret Santa or white elephant gift exchange this year, you want your look to feel both casual and trendy. You’ll be set with a winter vest, plaid shirt, and pair of booties. Brett of Silvergirl totally nailed this look! We love how she dressed it up with a pearl statement necklace and accessorized with our Ivy League Bifocals in tortoise.

Shop this look here.

Outfit for Coffee Shop Date

Grab a coffee or hot chocolate at your local coffee shop, and don’t forget to bring your favorite holiday book to relax with or invite a girlfriend for a morning chat. Throw on your favorite pair of jeans, your go-to white blouse, a classy (and warm) coat, and of course, The Dean readers for a scholarly look. Kristin of Highland Fashionista‘s simple look is perfect for a quick coffee shop get-together.

Shop this look here.

What’s on your holiday calendar, and most importantly, what’s your go-to outfit? Let us know on Facebook! Visit our Holiday Collection for the season’s most popular reading glasses and reading sunglasses.

 

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