June 22, 2016 OUR PICKS: KIDS EYEWEAR

With back-to-school season upon us once again, Squint Eyewear wants to make sure your kids are going back looking their best.

 

Unique eyewear is the perfect way for your child to express their individuality.  These frames are made with durable materials like acetate and designed to fit comfortably.  With materials that are durable and made for use by active little ones, you can be sure they’ll be thrilled to show them off.  Here are some of our best styles for kids.

 

kids designer eyewear,For the Fashionista

LaFont, Iris – Animal prints are trending all around.  She’ll love the neutral colours that go with every outfit of the week.

 

 

 

kids designer eyewear,For Mr. Intelligent, Young Scientist

LaFont, Ovni – These frames are the symbol of intelligence and style.

 

 

kids designer eyewear,

 

For the Free Spirit

LaFont, Edith – These frames are full of energy and boast all the colours of the rainbow.  Suited to all the needs and moods of your little flower child.

 

 

kids designer eyewear,

 

For the Personality+

Etnia Barcelona, Xanadu – Playful and confident, your little one will be ready to take on the world (AND math) with these colourful frames.

 

 

 

kids designer eyewear,

 

For the Curious

Etnia Barcelona, Lorien – For the one that wonders about everything from why the sky is blue to why the science teacher is so quirky, these frames will keep them styled in class and on the playground.

 

 

 

Our year-round package for kids eyewear is $199 and includes the following:

 

  • Frames and lenses
  • Eyeglass case and adjustments
  • 1-year limited warranty
  • Lenses with built-in scratch resistant coating and UV protection
  • Anti-reflective coating for $50

 

Come visit us for your child’s complimentary eyewear consultation.  We make sure the eyewear fits perfectly every time and that your child’s eyewear is as unique as their personality.  The beginning of the school year is also a great time to book an eye exam with our in-house optometrist – let’s make sure they can see the board!