Above and below are some of the frames I’ve picked up from Eyelook Optical. I’ve been going to see Patty and her exceptional team for over five years now. Whether you need regular glasses or sunglasses (with or without prescription lenses), this is the place to go.
Patty has long been a friend to my family, and I can’t recommend her enough. Her selection is the best I’ve seen since moving to New England, with frames that go from conservative to funky, but all have one thing in common: style. The team will help you find the right frames for your sense of style, and that look great on you, too. For us, it’s a 40 minute drive to get to Eyelook, but I’d go further for the selection, quality, and service we receive there.
I recently decided I needed a pair of purple frames. It’s a Team In Training thing. Eyelook, of course, has me covered. Which pair do you think I should get?
In a lot of my race photos (including one below), you see me wearing orange Oakley sunglasses. Unlike my other sunglasses (both pairs purchased at Eyelook), those are non-prescription, but my vision is not very bad, so I didn’t need RX lenses for race day. I picked up the orange pair as I was headed into the heart of race season last autumn, and they’ve made a huge difference for me. The other orange pair (above) is my latest pair of frames, purchased late in 2013. They’re from my favorite designer, Alain Mikli… though I also highly recommend the Etnia collection (all of the purple frames I’m considering are Etnias). Seraphin frames are also high on my list…
Eyelook also sponsored my fundraising efforts with The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. For that I’ll be forever grateful. If you’re in the market, and live near Portsmouth, New Hampshire, go check them out!