Looking for your festival fashion fix? Vision Express has got it covered.
Whether you’re looking to style out summer on a shoestring or splurge on statement sunglasses – Vision Express has something for every budget. And with 100% UVA/UVB protection as standard, all you have to worry about is having fun in the sun.
These timeless tortoiseshell RayBan frames are perfect for summer 2016. The iconic logo on the frame beautifully complements the subtle frames and silver arms. Priced at £105.
Or, stand out from the crowd for a fraction of the price with a new and exclusive frame from Vision Express’ Seen range. At just £40, the understated frames ooze sophistication with contrasting brown and gold. Bang on trend – they’ll help you spend less on looking fabulous this festival season.
About Vision Express
Vision Express is the third largest optical retailer in the UK and part of GrandVision,the global leader in optical retail operating across 43 countries, spanning over 5,800 stores and online.
With more than 390 stores nationwide, Vision Express first opened its doors in Newcastle in 1988. Built on a passion for the profession, it has gone from strength to strength, driven by a commitment to unparalleled customer service and providing the best individual optical care, the right product and great value. Customers can select from a vast range of genuine designer brands and the latest technology lenses, through to complete glasses from £39.
Vision Express is considered one of the leading and most trusted opticians in the UK and Ireland, with its European offering supported through sister eye care brands Grand Optical, Solaris and Generale D'Optique.
With around 4,000 employees, Vision Express makes a significant difference to the communities it operates within, and the organisations it chooses to support. As part of its commitment to Vision. Taken Seriously, and as a responsible and caring retailer, Vision Express is proud to partner with a range of healthcare charities, which have touched the lives of customers and teams. These companies provide vital support to people affected by vision-related conditions. They are part of the Vision Express Charity Project and include:
- Alzheimer’s Research UK
- Childhood Eye Cancer Trust (CHECT)
- International Glaucoma Association
- Macular Society
- Stroke Association
- Temple Street University Hospital.