Butler Eyeglasses Review for Men and Women
Traditional round lenses make the collection ideal for a bookish or library appeal. It resembles the ‘Horn-rimmed’ eyewear design, which gives you a bold look. It is one of the first styles of eyeglasses to become a fashionable accessory. Butler’s arched silhouette and well-defined curves complement the studious aesthetic you desire.
Assembled with a wide-fit contemporary keyhole nose bridge, Butler fits perfectly on the nose, causing no discomfort. It has snug pads that don’t cause extra pressure and tension in the nose area. Wider lenses offer viewing ease. While circular spectacles are ideal for square, triangular, or heart-shaped faces, this series comes in narrow and medium fits, making it an excellent option for all face shapes. Butler is your secret weapon to effortless style.
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 (52 mm), bridge (19 mm), and temple length (145 mm). If you already have a pair that you like, you can compare it to those measurements.
- Frame width 139 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 52 mm: The horizontal diameter of one lens.
- Bridge 19 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.
- Made from hand-polished cellulose acetate
- Akulon-coated screws for durability
Butler Design Details
Soft, circular frame front with pronounced rims gives it a classically bold and erudite appeal. It has a curvaceous browline featuring a scalloped silhouette on top of the nose bridge, mimicking your eyebrows. The rounded bottom rim brings out every facial feature, including cheekbones and jawlines. Slim and straight temples stick to the sides of your face, imprinting no marks. Spice up your style with the quintessentially suave Butler.
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. Acetate also preserves the radiance, style, colors, and patterns of Butler over time. Akulon-coated screws and barrel hinges offer increased durability to these frames. The eyeglasses are repeatedly hand-polished to attain a glossy finish. These lightweight spectacles are comfortable enough to wear all day long. Butler’s unmatched quality makes it the best choice in eyewear.
Butler Color Options and Price
Available in four great tints, including Teal Tortoise, Shoreline Fade, Butterscotch Tortoise, and Jet Black, the gender-neutral eyeglasses will add an uptown touch to your wardrobe. They are available at a pocket-friendly price of $95.
Jet Black is the darkest shade of black, which makes it elegantly timeless. Jet is a semi-precious lignite. With purple and blue undertones, the shade has a metallic sheen. It symbolizes strength, boldness, and simplicity. This majestic tone not only adds radiance to your face, it also goes well with whatever else you carry with you. Illuminate your bold style with the solid Butler in Jet Black.
The shoreline is the line between a body of water and land. Warby Parker exhibits a spectacular fusion of the oceanic palette in this shade. Blue symbolizes oceans and sky, so it evokes peace and inspiration. The deep blue color representing the relaxing ocean waves envelops the top half of the eyeglasses. A sky blue hue that exemplifies the calming Seafoam envelops the bottom half of the glasses. The translucent frame is flawlessly two-toned. Experience a balmy yet breezy blue affair with Butler in Shoreline Fade.
Teal classically combines blue-green shades or cyan hues, deriving its name from a bird with similar colored stripes on its crescent. The shade combines blue’s calming characteristics with green’s replenishing attributes. Buddhist monks associate Teal with the infinity of heaven and earth, and Ancient Egyptians epitomized it with the certainty of faith and truth. The amalgamation of three vibrant shades makes this collection a masterpiece. Hues of teal with specks of tortoiseshells cover the spectacles. Rejuvenate yourself with Butler in Teal Tortoise.
Butterscotch is a Victorian-period confectionery widely used to make cakes, chocolates, and other delectables. It has a yellowish-orange hue, which resembles fire or faded honey tones. The eyewear is in the shades of butterscotch, with mottled specks of tortoiseshells. Elevate your sense of style with Butler in Butterscotch Tortoise.
Warby Parker is a socially conscious company that gives back through its “Buy a Pair, Give a Pair” initiative and offers high quality yet reasonably priced eyewear. Warby Parker has introduced the Butler series, which is their returning-favorite in the Spring collection. This edition features round lenses that have originated since the inception of eyeglasses. Fashion admirers seem to have a lasting affection for round frames. The 1920s were the heyday of the style, and it came back into vogue in the 1960s, with John Lennon being idolized for evoking those retro vibes. Lupita Nyong’o has been wearing a similar style while taking backstage photos for the play “The Color of Purple”.