Vision in Warren

$44 for $225 Toward a Pair of Prescription Eyeglasses or Perscription Sunglasses at The Optical View

The Optical View

Framingham

Thousands of frames from brands such as Gucci, Coach & Oakley sheathe eyes in prescription specs & sunglasses

$225 $44

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$45 for $175 Toward Prescription Glasses at Arcade Optical

Arcade Optical

Coolidge Corner

Frames from brands such as Gucci, BCBG, Eye'DC, and Bebe

$175 $45

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$17 for $180 Worth of Prescription Eyeglasses or Sunglasses at Weston EyeCare

Weston EyeCare

Weston

Frames from brands such as Prada, Kate Spade, Ray-Ban, and Tom Ford

$180 $17

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$45 for $180 Toward a Complete Pair of Prescription Glasses or Prescription Sunglasses at Vision Center of Westboro

Vision Center of Westboro

Westborough

Stylish glasses and sunglasses frames from Burberry, DKNY, and Polo Ralph Lauren outfitted with custom lenses

$180 $45

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$29 for $150 Toward Prescription Glasses or Sunglasses at HB Eye Care Center

HB Eye Care Center

West Boylston

Ray-Ban, Coach, and Kate Spade brands are all represented here, whether for corrective everyday frames or prescription sunglasses

$150 $29

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$29 for $200 Worth of Prescription Eyewear at Spectacle Eyeware

Spectacle Eyeware

South End

Spectacle owner and frame designer also offers styles like Velvet Eyewear and Intrigue, though without logos that distract customers

$200 $29

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$225 or $300 Toward a Complete Pair of Prescription Eyewear at Cohen's Fashion Optical

Cohen's Fashion Optical

Downtown

Selection of basic and polycarbonate lenses and fashionable designer frames from brands such as Ray-Ban and Marc by Marc Jacobs

$225 $49

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$25 for $150 Toward a Complete Pair of Prescription Eyewear at Plante Opticians

Plante Opticians

Plante Opticians

An optician outfits faces with lenses and designer frames from brands such as Gucci, Greg Norman and Nine West

$150 $25

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Up to 50% Off Vision Care — Harvard Square Eye Care

Harvard Square Eye Care

Harvard Square

Eyewear boutique displays a range of styles and brands such as sporty Bollé frames and sleek Ray-Bans.

$50 $25

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Select Local Merchants

Full service optical and optometrist available for examinations, glasses, contacts, repairs, emergencies. Friendly staff & comfortable atmosphere. Established in 2003, located in the business plaza at the corner of Kent St & Sowams Rd in Barrington

33 Kent St
Barrington,
RI
US

Owners Jed and Jessica Leach established Opt Eyewear Boutique in 2010, and set out to bring luxury sunglasses, frames, and lenses from all corners of the globe back to their Providence shop. Their ever-growing stock includes eyewear from renowned brand names—such as Prada, Lafont, and Ted Baker—as well as the latest styles from independent manufacturers. Most recently, they’ve shifted their focus back onto regional soil, carrying products crafted by local students and startup companies such as Arborglass. They help shoppers navigate the selection inside their newly renovated store, decorated with sleek wood floors and mod white furnishings that recall boutiques found sprinkled across London and the inside of Martha Stewart’s mind.

138 Wayland Avenue
Providence,
RI
US

Providence Optical is known for its great selection of authentic vintage frames but also carries a wide variety of contemporary classics and cutting-edge shapes. Peruse the vision center's eclectic collection, test driving fashions from popular international designers including Gunnar, Eye'DC, Bruno Chaussignand, Strada Del Sole, and Swissflex. In addition to its impressive selection of pre-made vintage and designer goods, the experienced staff at Providence Optical will cater to your creative whims, helping you customize a pair of frames while sharpening any less-than-20/20 judgment in the process.

75 Weybosset St
Providence,
RI
US

The Eyewear Boutique helps patrons manage their face fashions with clarifying advice from a team of optical pros. Give orphaned lenses a home in new Gucci frames ($350), or let an onsite lab of lens-grinder elves construct new single-vision ($87) or progressive bifocal lenses ($252). A selection of upscale lens-huggers includes such recognizable monomonikers as Dior frames ($365) and Ray-Ban shade casings ($175). Polarized lenses for sunglasses ($175) also leap into the lab, where they are customized to prescriptions and released to a life of UV decimation within an average of two to four days.

545 Main St
East Greenwich,
RI
US

One of the East Coast's best-known Members-only wholesale retailers, BJ's serves more than six million Members in more than 200 Clubs as far west as Ohio. Within these sprawling locations, BJ's helps provide more selections to savvy shoppers looking to knock out most of their errands in a single stop. In the same visit, Members can stock up on economy-sized groceries?including USDA choice meats, farm-fresh produce, organics and naturals, and everyday essentials?grab name-brand electronics, and even plan a vacation through BJ's Travel. Each service makes up a single part of BJ's well-rounded retail experience, but simplifying shopping isn't BJ's only goal; in 2013 alone, the company donated more than $4 million to charitable organizations.

2085 Bay St.
Taunton,
MA
US

In 1927, Jack Cohen had a vision. Packing a pushcart full of high-quality frames, he began to sell fashionable spectacles to his fellow merchants along New York City's Orchard Street. After expanding into a small shop on a Lower East Side corner, that humble little cart has since evolved into more than 100 retail outlets known as Cohen's Fashion Optical, where customers fortify their eyesight with a range of acuity-boosting products and services. Rows of frames boast the signature contours of several designer brands, including Tag Heuer, Dolce & Gabbana, Bulgari, and Gucci. In the onsite lab, opticians craft brand-new, custom lenses, including ones that self-adjust to different lighting conditions. Meanwhile, licensed optometrists help renew prescriptions and ensure ocular health during eye exams that measure eye coordination, refraction, and the curvature of the cornea, a concept originally discovered by Ferdinand Magellan when he looked through the wrong end of his spyglass.

33 Berdon Way
Fairhaven,
MA
US