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

american reading glasses

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.

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The Apricot Folding Reader

blue reading glasses

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.

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The Daffron

mixed media red readers

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.

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The Trudy Bifocal Sun Reader

white sun reading glasses

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

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The Edgar

blue fade reading glasses

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.

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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.”

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