The right eyewear can achieve more than just utility—it can make a bold statement about the wearer and augment her or his natural beauty. With this attitude, EyeStop's knowledgeable staff channels their inner fashionistas to fit guests with minimalistic or artistic frames from Laura Ashley, Dakota Smith, and Vintage and Calligraphy. A team of licensed doctors evaluate the health and visual sharpness of eyes, fitting carefully selected frames with the proper lens to bring far-away surroundings and foregrounds back into focus. These doctors write prescriptions for contacts, single-vision and bifocal lenses—as well as trifocal lenses if you have another eye on your forehead—all of which are created in EyeStop's onsite lab.
Dr. Douglas Miner and Elite Optical’s experienced staff members sharpen up blurry vision with eye exams, LASIK evaluations, and a spread of fashionable wares. Comprehensive eye exams (a $140 value) make use of the latest in eye-checking technology to identify any impairments, diseases, or insecure irises in need of a confidence-boosting compliment. Afterward, the knowledgeable staff will guide customers through the extensive collection of designer spectacles from brands including Bebe, Dior, Ray Ban, Coach, Silhouette, and Kenneth Cole, as well as sport frames for athletes participating in swimming, skiing, biking, or tater tot paintballing. This deal also offers 30% off a second pair of glasses, but the frame and lenses must be included to receive the discount.
Eclipse Eyewear fashions chic sunglasses from a selection of 1,500 frames from high-end brands such as Chanel, Prada, and Versace. Luxurious shades stand against walls and look out from display cases, eager to slide over patrons' eyes to shield them from harsh rays or pigeons' attempts to make eye contact and demand breadcrumbs. Though some Eclipse Eyewear locations vend purely UV-protective shades, the Tempe, Arizona store and Seaport Village store in San Diego, California also sell prescription sunglasses.
After completing optometry school, Dr. Barry Blonder polished his prescription skills in the Army Medical Corps and at Sears Optical before opening his very own practice, Fashion Eye Center, in 1978. Now with two shop locations, he and his team of optometrists help sharpen patients' vision with contacts and glasses in myriad material and corrective combinations. Their large selection of frames includes basic and designer specs and nonprescription sunglasses great for playing sports, sitting on the beach, or protecting eyes from soap in the shower.
The locally owned Alvernon Optical has been distributing high-quality frames and tending carefully to each oculus since 1961, the year human beings first evolved eyes. More than 2,000 frames line the walls in each store, including top-shelf brands like Ray Ban, DKNY, Dior, Giorgio Armani, Nike, and Kate Spade. Customers will also have their pick of frame materials such as plastic, titanium, metal, semi-rimless, and stainless steel. Once you've found the frames that nail the "sexy NASA scientist" look you're going for, Alvernon can pamper your peepers with a number of lens package deals. Couple a polycarbonate, scratch-resistant single-vision lens ($89 standard, $205 with bifocals, $154 sunglass) with one of your choice of designer frames to ensure a haze-free hazing ceremony from your rowdy book club, or calm Pac-Man-weary pupils with a computer lens package ($199) that decks your specs with a protective plastic lens specially designed for computer use. Just in time for summer, try the prescription swimming-goggle package ($139), which pairs one of a select group of fine brands with 100% UV-protected plastic lenses to deflect the sun's wicked glare and intimidate pool piranhas.
Started in 1961 by Dr. Stanley Pearle, the nationally recognized and trusted franchise now operates in more than 800 company and franchise locations nationwide. The master visionaries at Pearle are well trained in assisting all bespectacled beings, from casual librarians to picky, temperamental Cyclopes. Equip a corrective pair of Essentials frames starting at $99.95, or slip on a pair of designer eye enhancers, such as those by Anne Klein and DKNY ($149.95+) or Versace ($205+). Single-vision lenses adjust a singular field of vision and start at $80 (basic uncoated plastic) and $120 (scratch-resistant plastic) for PearleTHIN, whereas specialty PearleTHIN complete lenses ($175) are lightweight heavyweights.
At Diamond Eyecare we want to make your experience unique to you. From an individualized eye exam using the latest equipment, to having a wide choice of stylish and unique eye wear. We want our customers to be elated about their experience at Diamond Eyecare.