What You'll Get
Nearsightedness impairs one’s ability to drive, read, and make the crucial distinction between truth serum and chocolate milk. Guard your secrets with today’s Groupon: for $49, you get $150 worth of prescription glasses and prescription sunglasses at Opt Eyewear Boutique.
Opt Eyewear Boutique adorns soul windows with the latest and finest in frame fashion and vision-refining lenses, with a knowledgeable staff always on hand to guide customers through the spectacle. With a chic set of Prada ($205+) or Ted Baker ($150+) frames, patrons can experience sharper vision and avoid the embarrassment of mistaking a city bus for one of Claude Monet’s haystacks. Sunglasses by David Yurman, Lafont ($275+), and Bulgari deflect light but attract admiring glances, and Opt Eyewear's custom lenses ($30+) refocus vision while providing faces with a style unrivaled by even the most sparkly prescription Mardi Gras mask. Expertly designed by Kyla Coburn, Opt Eyewear Boutique’s sleek show room boasts wooden floor that complements the soft white, cream, and chocolate tones under plentiful ambient lighting.
Although this Groupon is not valid toward eye exams, Opt Eyewear Boutique’s adept opticians can diagnose vision for an additional fee, or clients can bring in a previous prescription.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires May 23, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Valid only toward complete pairs of frames and prescription lenses. Not valid with insurance or for eye exams. Not valid for sale items, Ray Ban sunglasses, or Eyebobs brand. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Opt Eyewear Boutique
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.