Gallery of Eyewear
Come visit our stylish optical boutique in Everett, Washington. Our professional and friendly staff makes the difference when it comes to meeting your unique eyewear needs. We will help you select frames that make you look fabulous and allow you to see your best. We are here to service all of your eyewear needs. Our focus in on YOU!!
- Newest frame styles arriving weekly, including , Betsey Johnson, Eddie Bauer, Flexon, Guess, Jimmy Choo, Juicy Couture, Kate Spade, Lafont, Lightec, Max Mara, Modo, Nomad, OGA, Pro Design, Salvatore Feragamo, Silhouette, Swarovski, Takumi, Tura, and more.
- Sunglasses from Maui Jim, Polaroid. And designer lines from Eddie Bauer, Salvatore Feragamo, Jimmy Choo, Juicy Couture, and Kate Spade.
- Other options include titanium, memory metal, and magnetic sunclips.
- Friendly, knowledgeable frame stylists to help meet your unique needs and make choosing frames effortless.
- The highest quality lenses available, made by Hoya with digital free form designs, to help you see your best..
- 1-2 day service available (certain limitations).
- Polarized sunglasses to reduce glare, sports eyeglasses, and safety glasses are also available.
- Prescription swim goggles and dive masks.
- In addition to eye glasses, we also carry contact lenses. Come in and see our specialists to learn more about the latest contact lens materials and technology.
Come visit us today to inquire about our in-store specials. We hope to see you soon!
Why Do I Need to See an Ophthalmologist for Eyeglasses?
We understand that it’s convenient and affordable to purchase a pair of readers from your local pharmacy or retail store. The problem with doing that is that non-prescription eyeglasses are not tailored to your exact vision, which may be different in each eye. You may be able to read print more easily wearing a pair of readers, but you cannot wear them for computer work or driving. Also, when you see an ophthalmologist every year, your eyes are also checked for potentially progressive conditions that could be affecting your vision. Conditions like cataracts and retinal problems require specific forms of care.
How Do I Choose Eyeglasses that Look Good on Me?
If you must wear eyeglasses, why not make them a statement accessory? To find the perfect pair of glasses in our gallery of eyewear, it’s helpful to narrow down your search by first identifying your face shape. There are seven basic shapes and correlating frame styles to go with them. They include:
- Oval. An oval face shape is well-balanced in its proportions. The best frames for an oval face are at least as wide as the widest part of the face.
- Heart-shaped. Shaped like a heart, this face shape is wider at the top of the face, across the temples, and narrows near the chin. Frames that are wider at the bottom can offset this face shape. It can also be helpful to choose lighter frames or rimless frames so as not to draw attention to the widest part of the face.
- Oblong. This longer face shape may have a straight cheek line with little definition. The right glasses can make the face appear shorter. Try frames that are deeper than they are wide. Consider frames with decorative detail at the temple to add the appearance of facial width and balance.
- Square. This face shape is broad at the forehead as well as the jawline. It has about the same proportion in length and width, so could use some softening. This can be achieved with frames that are wider as well as oval-shaped frames.
- Diamond. If you have broad, high cheekbones, a narrow jawline, and a narrow forehead, you have a diamond-shaped face. You may look great in a pair of cat-eye glasses! Likewise, the shape of your face can be complemented by rimless or oval-shaped frames.
- Round. This shape has roughly equal proportions in length and width but no angles. If you want your face to appear longer and thinner, try on eyeglasses that are narrower than the width of your face. You may also look great in wider frames that are rectangular in shape.
- Base-down triangle. This inverted triangle shape is wider in the lower regions of the face, the chin and cheekbone areas. It narrows at the forehead. The illusion of width can be added with cat-eye frames or frames that have more accent and detailing on the top portion.