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What to Look for When Selecting a New Pair of Frames?
Not all frames are created equally! At Armstrong Optometry & Associates, we’ve carefully chosen designer brands that provide a wide range of styles at all price points.
When choosing a new pair of glasses, look for:
Shape & Size
Different faces look best with different shapes of frames. Don’t be afraid to play around with the shape and size of the frames you’re looking at- you’ll find a winning combination in no time!
Lifestyle & Needs
Different uses have different requirements: the glasses you wear at the office may not hold up well on the golf course. Not sure of what your needs are? We can help!
Materials & Build
Frames made of titanium are sure to be more durable than frames made of acetate. However, this durability comes with a premium in cost. Of course, we are more than happy to help you determine which is best for you.
Expertly crafted, the collection from Burberry features heritage detailing, signature shapes and seasonal colours. We carry styles for Women and the styles are always up to the season.
Coach is a leading New York design house of modern luxury accessories and lifestyle collections, focusing on superior quality and durability.
As part of Columbia Sportswear, Columbia eyeglass frames have been specifically designed by outdoor enthusiasts and sporting professionals. A focus is placed on comfort, fit, and grip, while also maintaining durability and style.
Exclusive creations crafted with charm and elegance define the Dior brand. Eyeglasses and sunglasses made with cutting-edge material that epitomize modern elegance with optimal protection.
The name Armani has been synonymous with unrivaled Italian style all over the world for over 30 years. Perhaps best known for revolutionizing fashion with his unstructured jacket in the Eighties, Giorgio Armani has continued to define the well dressed ever since.
Stylish and unique designs matched perfectly for those that need frames that can keep up with their busy lifestyle. High performance offerings made with durable materials proven to take anything you can throw at them. Classic styling matched with signature Hugo Boss accents prove you don’t have to compromise on a frame to suit your individual tastes.
Kate Spade New York has over 140 retail shops and outlet stores across the United States, and more than 175 shops internationally. our colorful products are sold in more than 450 doors worldwide, in every time zone and on every continent. whether in San Francisco, Sao Paulo or Shanghai, our shops are always warm and inviting.
Jimmy Choo eyewear ranges from classical to provocative, with each design showcasing sophisticated detail. Jimmy Choo frames bring a touch of glamour and elegance to everyday life.
Lacoste frames feature relaxed elegance and unconventional chic style. Vibrant colors, striping, and texture comprise this iconic line of eyewear.
Eyewear that combines fresh color schemes with modern contemporary designs. Priced to match their quality and durability, Lilly Pultizer eyewear draws from the famous socialites brand, giving wearers a vibrant frame that will leave others talking.
The heritage of French lifestyle, the celebration of Parisian beauty, together with the use of only quality materials, is the essence of Lafont.
Everything we do is steeped in the Danish design tradition of discreet, classic elegance and carefully considered simplicity. LINDBERG designs have won dozens of prestigious design awards.
The MarchoNYC eyewear collection embodies its New York City roots. The style inspiration for the collection encompasses East Side, West Side, Uptown and Downtown trends. MarchoNYC is a standalone collection that continues to transcend through time.
Available in both optical and sun, the Michael Kors Eyewear Collection ranges from cat-eye’s to aviators and from oversized to understated, infusing innovative materials like reflective lenses and one-of-a-kind tortoise acetates with details like the brand’s signature logo charm and chain-link detail. Each pair is irresistibly chic, evoking the unique sensibility of the brand and incorporating rich accents from the designer’s runway collections.
Created by Achille Maramotti to accentuate his clothing line, these frames feature the same cornerstone of modern fashion that made him so famous. Sophisticated designs and cues from ready-to wear fashion accessories are encapsulated throughout each pair.
The essential choice in children’s eyewear, flexible and safe, Italian-made Miraflex glasses are BPA free, rubber free, latex free, hypo-allergenic & anti-bacterial, with no metal parts.
Nautica Daywear and Sunglasses bring a fresh take to classic styles, bringing a fusion of city and sea styles for men and women.
Just do it.
For the adventurous child who loves to play without holding back, Safilo kids eyewear is built for comfort and curiosity. Safilo frames are durable and lightweight. Kids love the bright colors and are excited to wear their fun Safilo eyeglass frames.
From the vintage classics to the present-day trendy frames, Ray Ban has always been durable, comfortable and attractive. From celebrities to your friends, Ray Ban is always a favorite.
Ted Baker eyewear (a sub-brand of Tura Inc) is a quirky brand that features mixed styles of retro influences and contemporary fare. Considered a quintessentially British brand, Ted Baker eyeglass frames emphasize clean silhouettes and iconic details.
Tiffany Eyewear offers an elegant outlook on style with impeccable craftsmanship and unexpected details. Many of these exclusive designs are inspired by their iconic jewelry collections.
Marchon Eyewear employs more than 2,700 people worldwide in over 20 countries. There are 3 regional headquartered offices in New York, Amsterdam, and Hong Kong. Marchon’s main design centers are in New York City and Puos d’Alpago, Italy. Satellite design offices are located in Hong Kong, Tokyo, Sweden, and Southern California.
Face A Face
FACE A FACE frames are developed within the design studio directed by Pascal Jaulent resembling small subtle pieces of architecture, playing with volumes, shapes, material and textures.