The Working Man: Sunnies for the Music Enthusiast

by Jordan Zeman | August 6th, 2014   

Festival season is upon us, and hopefully any music lover will be out and about jamming to their favorite summer artist. What better way to show you are a true music buff than sporting an accessory designed by one of the music greats – Beck. In collaboration with Warby Parker, Beck has helped to create the “Carmichael” glasses in the new “black cherry” color scheme.

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The silhouette is available in both reading glasses and sunglasses and features a keyhole bridge design and round frame. An accent of red on the inside of the frames gives a pop of color without being garish so they can be perfectly paired with many different ensembles – including work looks.

Although they are pricier than other Warby Parker options ($95 for non-prescription, $150 for corrective lenses) they are by no means a bank-breaker. All of the glasses purchased on their website also ensure a pair is received by someone in need, so you can feel good about the investment.

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Warby Parker also gives you the option of home try-on, mailing 5 frames to your house to test out before you buy. Unfortunately, the limited edition Beck style isn’t available for try-on, but the “Haskell” frames are almost identical and ready to ship. You can check to make sure you are looking cool before your next concert.

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If you are a music fiend or just someone that wants to show off their good taste to their co-workers, check out the “Carmichael” frames. Now, go on and blast Morning Phase.