Esme Eyeglasses Review for Men and Women
These eyeglasses feature square lenses that look great on every face shape. These frames feature a prominent ‘Cat-eye’ element, making them an instant classic. The discrete lines and subtle detailing mean the glasses will not date anytime soon. Add drama to your ensemble with the Esme Collection.
A saddle nose bridge adorns the eyewear. The sleek bridge hangs on the crest of your nose while efficiently balancing the lenses. Integrated acetate nose pads provide optimum grip and comfort. Equally proportioned lenses ensure viewing ease. While square frames look good on round, diamond, or oval faces, the series comes in a narrow and medium fit, making it suitable for almost all face shapes. Neither too big nor too small, Esme is here to make a statement.
- Frame width 137 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 55 mm: The horizontal diameter of one lens.
- Bridge 16 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
Esme Design Details
Through its angular silhouette that is boosted with feline details, Esme commands the right sort of attention. The uplifted top rim gives an overall impression of understated confidence. Sculpted archways and smooth contours emphasize the angles of your forehead. The slightly tapered base has a curved edge that accentuates your cheekbones and jawline. Well-groomed end pieces add a much-needed dimension to your eyes. Long and slender temple arms extend beyond your ears with no discomfort. Sleek end-pieces and brimming temples make the eyeglasses ideal as they blend perfectly with your face. Esme has the power to make you feel utterly classic, intensely nerdy, or just as bold as you want to be.
The frames are made using custom Cellulose Acetate, which is a biodegradable and plant-based material. Acetate frames are flexible, durable, hypoallergenic, and environmentally friendly. It also helps Esme to keep its radiance, shape, vibrant colors, and patterns over time. Akulon-coated screws and barrel hinges provide durability to the eyewear. The eyeglasses are polished repeatedly with a wheel to achieve a glossy finish. Esme’s complete acetate framework makes it lightweight and comfortable to wear all day.
Esme Price and Availability of Colors
Esme comes in three attractive colors, including Sesame Tortoise, Blue Thistle, and Oxblood, to add an extra definition to your style. Designed by keeping your vogue in mind, these stylish eyeglasses are affordable at just $95.
Sesame seeds with the husk prompt this variant. This shade has mid-tones of brown with undertones of tan and gold. Rich and dusky hues of Sesame color the frame. Flecks of tortoiseshells mottle the translucent eyeglass to offer a deep warm glow on your face. Get instant attention with the ever-so-appealing Esme in Sesame Tortoise.
A herbaceous perennial weed, Blue Thistle begets the luxurious tone of this variant. It has a majestic blue shade with undertones of subdued periwinkle. Somber blue tones draw attention to the frame, adding depth and texture. The neutral hues of Blue Thistle color the eyewear, adding a soft and contemplative appearance to your look. Add a crisp charm to your attitude with Esme in Blue Thistle.
Also called ‘temptress’, this sensational color has prominent shades of burgundy and red, with undertones of faint purple and dark brown hues. The intense shade of Oxblood covers the eyewear to offer a bold yet attractive look to your face. Its deep and rich Oxblood hues add a radiating blush to your face. Enchant everyone through your style with Esme in Oxblood.
Warby Parker is a socially responsible company that gives back to the community through its “Buy a Pair, Give a Pair” program. The brand designs affordable, fashionable eyepieces and has recently released the Esme Series. The Collection showcases squarish cat-eyed lenses, also known as “Harlequin” lenses. First popularized in the 1930s, the design was brought back in fashion by Audrey Hepburn in the 1960s when she accessorized her look with this style. Miranda Kerr has been wearing this timeless style in a similar shaped eyewear with her outfits recently at various public appearances.