New Frames for the New Season

16th May 2017

It’s time to update your wardrobe, put away your summer clothes, and dig out your jumpers. It’s also a good time to update your prescription glasses and pick some new frames for Autumn/Winter 2013.

You may think buying new glasses for the season is a bit extravagant, especially if there’s nothing wrong with your current frames. However, when you buy from Glasses 2 You the prices are so low there really is nothing wrong with adding an extra pair to complete your new look.

You will find some brand new looks on our website right now and here’s a small sample of some of our favourites.

Tamara is from our premier collection. We have handpicked the frame due to the stunning design, the high level of attention to detail, as well as the quality of the components. This is a modern design frame in brown and orange – perfect for autumn!

Whirl is part of our premier collection, suitable for men and for women. The retro design is bang on trend, perfect for 2013/2014. The main colour of the frame is black, with subtle blue and purple accents.

Our Gaston frames come in claret and silver and are men’s glasses from our premier collection. This is a stunning frame that’s modern and perfect for any man who wants to look his best. Suitable for work and for leisure you can’t go wrong with Gaston.

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Gone are the days when you could only afford to buy one pair of glasses for all occasions. The emergence of Glasses2you means that you can now have spare pairs of prescription specs in your car, at work or even upstairs if you so wish. It also means that you can now afford to have different styles to suit your mood or to suit every occasion in your hectic life. We really can save you a fortune on your glasses.

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