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Everyone always thinks about updating their wardrobe at the start of a new season. Coats, sweaters and boots are must-buys as soon as September arrives, in preparation for the cooler weather.
But why can’t the same be true for your eyewear? Sure, the glasses you wore all spring and summer work just fine, but a new season usually means a new vibe and a chance to try something new.
If you want to switch up your frames this fall/winter, head to EyeBuyDirect ASAP. Through Oct. 31, shoppers can get 70% off all lenses when they purchase frames over $100 with code ITK70LENSE* at checkout.
If you’ve ever shopped at EyeBuyDirect, you know many of their super stylish frames are way less than $100. But this sale is an opportunity to treat yourself to a premium style from the Vogue lineup. Whether you want to try wire rims or a chunky tortoise style, take advantage of this rare discount on the most luxe styles EyeBuyDirect offers.
If you’ve always worn regular circle frames, give these Geometric Silver Eyeglasses a try. They’re similar but a bit more unexpected.
A classic style that looks good on so many different face shapes, these Oval Dark Tortoise Eyeglasses are worth adding to your eyeglass collection.
Lightweight and comfy on the face and behind the ears, these Pale Gold Eyeglasses will look cool with all your fall and winter outfits.
If you’re not afraid of eyewear that makes a statement, grab these stunning Square Dark Tortoise Eyeglasses.
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* The Discount applies for single Frame purchase of $100+. The 70% Discount applies for lenses only. Offer cannot be combined with any other coupons or discounts. Maximum 6 frames per order. Offer subject to adjustment due to modifications, returns, cancellations, and exchanges. Offer available exclusively in the United States.
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