Providing luxury options to eyewear in a unique and exciting atmosphere, you'll discover fabulous frames, sunwear, and accessories. We believe in custom fitting your eyewear and educating you about products that fit your individual needs, one-on-one with our professional optical staff.
Eyewear is of the Essence
Our wide selection includes over 500 designer eyewear and sunwear options to accommodate any age or gender. We welcome and encourage walk-ins with or without a prescription. We'll help find the right frame that's both comfortable and suited to your personal lifestyle.
A warranty comes with your purchase at no additional charge. Your eyewear lives the same life you do, and we understand breakage or scratching may occur. Your warranty will assure you seeing clearly day after day.
Custom crafting your eyewear will typically take 7 - 10 business days. With a 60 day full refund and a 180 day exchange, we're confident you'll be satisfied.
Our optical team understands the importance of not only looking good, but great in the right frame. In addition, we also have a thorough understanding of the science of optics, something many of our competitors can't claim!
We carry top designers such as Jimmy Choo, Christian Dior, Michael Kors, Juicy Couture,
Despite the fact that the sun is over 93 million miles away, its rays also pose important health and ocular dangers.
Our optical team will guide you in which sunglasses not only look great on your face, but protect your eyes.
Lens & Lifestyles
One pair of lenses no longer meets all your vision requirements. Just as your wardrobe includes different shoes and clothing for all your activities, your eyewear should also contain various lenses for sports, work and hobbies.
- Glass: This lens has the benefits of scratch resistance and distinct clarity. Glass is twice the weight of plastic.
- Hard Resin: This lens is referred to as conventional plastic lenses. They are half the weight of glass lenses.
- High Index: Thinner and lighter than conventional plastic lenses. They have 100% UV protection and are recommended for more complicated lens prescriptions.
- Polycarbonate: More impact resistant, 20% lighter than conventional plastic lenses, and 100% UV protection.
- Trivex: Originally developed for the military as visual armor, trivex has superior optics over polycarbonate. It is impact resistant, chemical resistant and has 100% UV protection.
- Bifocal: This lens has two corrective powers in one lens with a line separating them.
- Computer lenses: These lenses are designed for intermediate and near use. Also designed to prevent headaches and neck strain that is associated with Computer Vision Syndrome.
Free Form Progressives: Ground breaking digital lens surfacing techniques that put a critical part of the prescription on the back surface of the lens allowing the prescription to be closer to the eye, expanding the clear viewing area.
- Occupational/Recreational: whether staring at numbers all day or working with machinery, there are specialty lenses to accommodate all types of vision needs as well as providing protection and comfort.
- Single Vision: This lens has one power of correction. It can be prescribed for distance vision or near vision.
- Traditional Progressive: This is the most commonly used multifocal lens and is considered all purpose. These lenses correct distance, intermediate and near vision without having any lines.
- Trifocal: This lens has correction for distance, intermediate, and near vision separated by lines in your lens.
- Anti Reflective Treatment: A very popular and beneficial lens treatment, AR reduces annoying reflections on your lenses and allows more light to pass through your lens instead of reflect off your lens. Allowing more light to get to your eyes provides clearer sharper vision.
- Photochromic: This lens goes from almost clear indoors to varying shades of darkness outdoors when exposed to UV rays.
- Polarization: These sun lenses will stop annoying glare. Superior to ordinary sun lenses that only reduce visible light, the polarized lens eliminates annoying reflected glare from snow, water and shiny surfaces that cause squinting and blind spots, and reduces eye strain.
- Scratch Resistant Treatment: When applied to the front and back side surfaces of lenses, your lenses resist scratches which not only are distracting, but reduce visibility.
- Tint: Tinting lenses can make a fashion statement. Available in a wide variety of colors, tints can be applied solid or in gradation.
- Ultraviolet Absorption: A must! UV treatment on lenses protects eyes from the harmful rays of the sun, like sunscreen protects skin. This treatment is widely recommended to reduce the chances of cataracts and macular degeneration.
Accessorize yourself with eyewear cases, sunglass clips-on that fit any style of frame, polarized lenses, designer bags, reading glasses, eyeglass chains, fun contact lens cases, and lens cleaning supplies!
Contact lenses are a great way of correcting vision! Advanced technology makes it possible for people to wear contact lenses with astigmatism, nearsightedness, farsightedness, and now bifocals. Successful contact lenses must be comfortable, and provide helpful vision. Fundamentally, they must be safe for the health of your eyes, and we take this seriously. To achieve this we:
- Provide an exam to ensure your eyes are suitable for wearing contact lenses
- Trial fit you in a lens to make sure it's in the right lens for you
- Require visits to ensure the lenses are healthy for your eyes
- When necessary, discuss the Contact Lens Training program
- Encourage ongoing Evaluation & Review
Contact Lens Designs are used to correct nearsightedness, farsightedness, astigmatism, and bifocal.
Soft, hard, disposable, extended wear, CRT (correct your vision while you sleep!), and more, are Contact Lens Types that your eye doctor will discuss which is best for you.
Because your eyes ought to reflect not only who you are, but also who you’d like to be...
Colored Contacts will help! Choose from a wide range of shades that will blend beautifully with your natural eye color. Everything from Pacific Blue to Pure Hazel to Gray or even Cat Eyes. You can wear colored contacts even if your vision is perfect. It’s a fun accessory!
With the availability of Bifocal Contacts, more and more patients over the age of 40 are wearing contacts, even if they’ve never worn them before. Children, teens, and adults are all good candidates. Consider that your hobbies and lifestyle may have a positive impact with contact lenses as well.
Are you unsure contact lenses are right for you? Contact us to schedule a consultation during your next eye exam.