Briggs Eyeglasses Review for Men and Women
This classically round frame has gentle curves on the top rim that render it a bold and cosmopolitan demeanor. It resembles the ‘Horn-rimmed’ eyewear design, initially made of horns or tortoiseshells. It was one of the first styles of eyeglasses to become popular worldwide. With this design, the eyeglasses project a bolder appeal on your face. Briggs is going to compliment any outfit you own!
The spacious and modern keyhole nose bridge ensures proper grip on your nose. Taller and broader lenses enable viewing ease. While round spectacles are well-suited for square, heart-shaped, and triangular faces, the series comes in a wide fit that suits just about everyone. Briggs’s striking fit brings your features to life.
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 (51 mm), bridge (21 mm), and temple length (142 mm). If you already have a pair that you like, you can compare it to those measurements.
- Frame width 138 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 51 mm: The horizontal diameter of one lens.
- Bridge 21 mm: The width of the bridge section.
- Temple length 142 mm: The length of the entire temple arm, from the front of the frame to the tip.
- Made from hand-polished cellulose acetate
- Akulon-coated screws for durability
Briggs Design Details
Briggs’ radially wavy browline complements your eyebrows. The bottom rim is circular to balance the sharp angles and prominent cheekbones. With the blend of a sculpted face front, the glasses highlight your facial contours, giving them a fresh look. The pronounced end pieces extend outward to embellish the corners of your eyes. Long and sleek temple arms fit snugly at the end of the ears. Summon your feline spirit with Briggs owing to its unconventional design and framework.
Custom cellulose acetate is used to make these frames. It is a biodegradable and plant-based material. Acetate frames are flexible, durable, hypoallergenic, and environmentally friendly. It also preserves the radiance, style, colors, and patterns of Briggs over time. Akulon-coated screws and barrel hinges add durability to these frames. The eyewear is hand-buffed repeatedly using a polishing wheel to achieve a glossy finish. These lightweight spectacles are comfortable to wear all day. No matter where you go, Briggs has you covered!
Briggs Color Options and Price
There are no second thoughts with Briggs! Available in a Mesquite Tortoise shade that will bring back the stylish look out of you. With a non-designer price tag of $95, these gender-neutral glasses are classic yet offbeat.
Mesquite is a tree with exceptional uses. Warby Parker has captured the essence of its bark in this shade. A blend of lemon and honey-colored hues with freckles of tortoiseshells cover the frame. Indulge in the heartwarming mix of colors in this variant. This atypical combination takes Briggs a step ahead in the eyewear accessory game.
Warby Parker has been giving back to the community with its “Buy a Pair, Give a Pair” program. Warby Parker designs stylish, affordable eyepieces and they have recently released the Briggs Collection. Round frame lenses have existed since the inception of eyeglasses. Their trend had oscillated back and forth from when they first became popular in the 1920s. John Lennon revived the design with some variations in the 60s. American sensation Zendaya Coleman has been creating buzz wearing a similar style at various public events.