Small print can be difficult to make out, leaving your eyes feeling strained by the end of the day. Let our reading glasses take the burden out of looking at things up close while allowing you to look stylish and sophisticated. Remember to select a pair for home and a pair for work!Shop All Reading Glasses
Features magnification section on the lower part of the lenses for people suffering from age-related farsightedness (presbyopia). Allows wearers to easily read their phones, scorecards, and more while playing golf, riding bikes, relaxing outdoors, and enjoying other activities. Upper section of lenses is non-magnified for regular viewing.
Comfort and Ultra Lightweight
Spring Hinge for Comfortable Fit along with thin and lightweight frames that are ergonomically designed to be comfortable.
Handcrafted high quality lens and frames gives the perfect balance of clearness and effectiveness
Inspired by a sense of tradition and a reverence for eyewear’s supposed roots, the Marco has been a timeless style in the ever-changing world of glasses. Rumor has it that in the 13th century, explorer Marco Polo encountered rectangular shaped glasses in China, although the silhouette resembled thin slits rather than what’s on the market today. Wearing the Marco is a nod to the long lineage that eyewear has created across the world.Shop Marco Styles
Inspired by Benjamin Franklin’s iconic eyewear, the Franklin imparts an air of sophistication to any face. Not only did this historic figure rely on glasses to help him see more clearly, but he is actually credited with creating the first pair of bifocal lenses in 1784. In a letter to his friend George Whatley, Franklin wrote that his invention made his eyes just as useful to him as they ever had been before.Shop Franklin Styles
Inspired by the 35th President of the United States, the Kennedy brings a classic touch to your daily look. It’s no secret that President John F. Kennedy favored tortoiseshell sunglasses that complemented his image as a dashing, sophisticated man of the world. Over time, they became a hallmark of his almost ineffable charisma. His sunglasses were the one accessory that successfully bridged the two worlds of the JFK-style universe.Shop Kennedy Styles
Inspired by the fashion-forward women of the 1950s, the Audrey adds fun and flair to transform eyewear into a true accessory. Altina Schinasi, a socialite and inventor, made this cateye shape popular along with a helping hand from French artist Pierre Marly. However, thanks to the icons of the time, including Audrey Hepburn and Barbara Windsor who wore these frames on a regular basis, this look has continued into modern fashion.Shop Audrey Styles