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Must-See: This Online Shop Designs Glasses Just For Women

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    Take a look here. What do you see? If you guessed our — and soon to be your — go-to eyewear brand, then you’d be correct. Rivet & Sway is a label that makes sleek and fashion-forward glasses specifically for women. Because, you shouldn't struggle to find rad specs that are actually designed for your face, including the shape, size, and where your specific features (like eyebrows and cheeks) fall.

    What’s most noteworthy? The brand totally understands that you’re busy, so it makes the try-on and ordering processes completely seamless. Here’s how it works: Find five pairs (regular glasses and sunglasses) you're loving online (broken down by face shape, color, and size), and Rivet & Sway will send you the styles to test-drive and ship back for free. Your first set starts at $169 (including the prescription!), and all subsequent pairs are just $99. Check out the 10 styles ahead we’ll be trying on, stat — we especially love the label’s newest ‘70s-esque “Chelsea Hall” collection. And, trust, you're bound to find something that'll catch your eye, too.



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