Front View Image of Jane Eyeglasses Collection, by Warby Parker Brand, in Elderflower Crystal Color
Front View Image of Jane Eyeglasses Collection, by Warby Parker Brand, in Elderflower Crystal Color
Angle View Image of Jane Eyeglasses Collection, by Warby Parker Brand, in Elderflower Crystal Color
Side View Image of Jane Eyeglasses Collection, by Warby Parker Brand, in Elderflower Crystal Color
Women Model Image of Jane Eyeglasses Collection, by Warby Parker Brand, in Violet Magnolia Color
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Jane frame is a Medium width
If your face is average in size, which is the most common option, this frame should fit you well. Unsure of your size? Select a few different options in a free Home Try-On.


“We hereby nominate Jane, a circular frame with very slightly pronounced end pieces, for the title of World's Subtlest Cat-Eye. (Who do we speak to about that?).”

Jane Measurements

Like most eyewear brands, measurements for Warby Parker glasses can be found on the inside of the temple arm. There you’ll find lens width (49 mm), bridge (18 mm), and temple length (145 mm). If you already have a pair that you like, you can compare it to those measurements.

  • Frame width 130 mm: The horizontal diameter of the full frame width, and it’s the primary way we determine fit. (Note: You will not find this number on your glasses.)
  • Lens width 49 mm: The horizontal diameter of one lens.
  • Bridge 18 mm: The width of the bridge section.
  • Temple length 145 mm: The length of the entire temple arm, from the front of the frame to the tip.

Jane Features

  • Made from hand-polished cellulose acetate and stainless steel
  • Adorned with wraparound hinges on polished metal
  • Akulon-coated screws for durability

Jane Eyeglasses Review for Women

The socially responsible brand Warby Parker gives back through its “Buy a Pair, Give a Pair” program. They design affordable, stylish eyewear and have introduced the Jane collection of eyeglasses. The style, known as “Cat-eye” from the 1950s, rose to fame when Audrey Hepburn wore it in “Breakfast at Tiffany’s”. Recently, Chrissy Teigen has favored this retro-inspired style, making it chic among women.

Jane Style

It has a circular frame with a hint of an upswept element, thus reinventing a timeless retro-shape in a modern way. Starring the ‘cat-eye’ design of eyewear, Jane features a thick-rimmed, slightly slender acetate with a feline-inspired appeal. With smooth curves and discreetly defined lines, these eyeglasses will turn heads everywhere, from runways to streets.

Jane Fit

With a modest keyhole-shaped nose bridge, the frame hangs at the level of the eyes. Designed with precision and fine detail, the sleek bridge balances the lenses while keeping the eyewear off the face. Built-in, spacious nose pads have smooth curves that offer immense comfort. Taller lenses ensure a clear end-to-end view. While cat-eye eyeglasses effectively complement round, heart, oval, and diamond face shapes, this series comes in a medium fit, making it perfect for every face shape.

Jane Design Details

Packed in a circular frame, these cat-eye glasses offer a bold look. Taking a slight upward incline, the top rim follows the eyebrow’s natural curve without hindering your facial expressions. A round-bottom design emphasizes the under-eye contours while improving your facial angles. It perfectly sits on the cheekbone while adding a sharper look to your jawline. As the collection features slightly pronounced end pieces, the brand has nominated it with the title of the ‘World’s Subtlest Cat-Eye’. A soft cat-eye silhouette with subtly pointed tips and gently tapered arms makes Jane earn a place in your collection of eye frames. Slim and sleek temple arms extend beyond the ear without pinching. Adorned with polished wrap-around metal hinges, the eyeglass looks aesthetically appealing and gleaming. Bring out your playful side without compromising your elegance with Jane!

Jane Quality

Custom cellulose acetate, a biodegradable, plant-based material, is used to make the frames. It is flexible, durable, hypoallergenic, and environmentally friendly. Acetate also helps Jane to keep its radiance, shape, vibrant colors, and patterns over time. Akulon-coated screws and barrel hinges provide durability to the frames. Repeated hand-polishing with a wheel helps to achieve a glossy finish. Jane’s complete acetate framework makes it lightweight and comfortable to wear all day.

Jane Price and Availability of Colors

The Jane Collection includes three attention-grabbing colors, including Blush Tortoise with Polished Gold, Violet Magnolia, and Elderflower Crystal. For a pocket-friendly price of $145, these glasses will surely turn heads.

Blush Tortoise with Polished Gold

The blush color has a soft pink or rosy tinge. It is a neutral shade that resembles the inner surface of seashells, rose petals, and the graceful swirl of a sunrise. Subdued tones of the feminine Blush color cover the frame with dots of tortoiseshells that add a dramatic flair to your look. A hint of Polished Gold tone on the end pieces adds a prestigious finish, giving a magical appeal to the design. Rock the streets with glam and glare by adding Jane in Blush Tortoise with Polished Gold to your ensemble.

Violet Magnolia

Magnolia flowers, that symbolize longevity and perseverance, inspire this shade. It has a bluish-violet or pink color with undertones of beige and pale yellow. The colors of Violet Magnolia blend beautifully with creamy yellow and black tortoiseshell specks on the translucent eyewear, giving it a bright and vibrant appearance. Look confidentially stylish with Jane in Violet Magnolia.

Elderflower Crystal

Elderflowers, which are native to parts of the UK and the US, are the inspiration for this shade. It has a creamy white hue with a translucent blush of Crystal. The feminine frame is covered in an overpowering rosy tint and has undertones of velvety white. Add a rich and luxurious charm to your fashion statement with Jane in Elderflower Crystal.

Warby Parker- Timeline ​

“Making a difference, one pair of eyeglasses at a time” is what defines Warby Parker. It is a socially conscious company which is one of the leading eyewear companies in the United States, founded in 2010. It was born out of a problem that conceptualized into a world-changing idea. The concept of Warby Parker came to four college students when one of them lost their eyeglasses during a backpacking trip. In the quest to replace them, the prices quoted by local optical stores were astronomical. They decided to find an alternative to this problem of sky-shooting prices of a basic necessity. Warby Parker’s “Buy One Pair, Give One Pair” program donates a pair of eyeglasses for every pair sold. This notion not only encourages individuals to have access to reasonably priced eyewear but also builds compassion in the community. 

Buy with Warby Parker

An outstanding and heart-warming experience is what you can expect from Warby Parker. The brand meets the needs of its eye wearer by designing and launching new collections from time to time. Customers are entitled to a 30-day return policy if the product is not what they expected. Otherwise, try out the “free home try-on” option and receive your five favorite frames for free so you can change your mind later.Before you purchase anything, take a look at how Warby Parker can make you happier. The brand offers a one-year scratch-free guarantee for lenses, so if you get any scratch on your lenses within one year, you’ll get a brand-new pair of prescription glasses. Be certain to avoid dissatisfaction and choose the right piece to uplift your face for style and impression.

Additional information


Blush Tortoise with Polished Gold, Elderflower Crystal, Violet Magnolia



Frame Width

130 mm

Lens Width

49 mm

Bridge Width

18 mm

Temple Length

145 mm