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New Year, New You, New Frames

The New Year is the perfect time to get your health back on track! Don’t let an annual eye exam fall by the wayside. After all, it’s key to staying healthy. During an exam, not only will a doctor check to see if you require prescription lenses or lenses that help alleviate the symptoms felt from viewing digital devices, but they’ll also look for signs of common eye diseases, assess how your eyes work together, and evaluate your eyes as indicators of overall health. A doctor can detect conditions such as high blood pressure, high cholesterol, glaucoma, diabetes and more based on the eyes.

Having an eye exam also provides you with an opportunity to pick out fresh glasses to add to your eyewear arsenals – after all, not only are they health necessities, but also fashion accessories, so there’s no such thing as collecting too many pairs. On the hunt for the perfect frames to kick off 2017? Look no further! We’ve gathered a few of our favorite pairs to give you some eyewear inspiration.

Guy and gals alike will adore these classic silhouettes made new, like Clubmasters with metal accents, rounds with translucent effects and squares with two-toned colorations. Keyhole bridges unexpectedly mix with flat-tops, while hues range from hot pinks and florescent oranges to subdued creams, blacks and tortoises. With so many stylin’ options, you might just need to pick two – or more! Find your new favorite frames, below. And visit TheVisionCouncil.org for more eye health information, as well as ThinkAboutYourEyes.com to find an eyecare provider near you.

 WOOW (ShowOff3), WOOW (WantYou2), Von Zipper (AVANT GUARDIAN), Kate Young for Tura (K123), gx by Gwen Stefani (GX022), VonZipper (LEARN TO FORGET), L.A.M.B. (LA027), Face à Face (Marty 1), Face à Face (Philo 1)


WOOW (ShowOff3), WOOW (WantYou2), Von Zipper (AVANT GUARDIAN), Kate Young for Tura (K123), gx by Gwen Stefani (GX022), VonZipper (LEARN TO FORGET), L.A.M.B. (LA027), Face à Face (Marty 1), Face à Face (Philo 1)