Eyewear to get us through the work week

Written by JCPO | November 20th, 2014

JCP days of the week eyewear

I tend to take on a different look to match my daily mood. Be it my fragrance, eye-wear or sartorial decision, it really helps set the groove for the day. I start off my Mondays with an austere look to let the world know that I am a force to be reckoned with. As the week goes on, and the promise of the weekend lays almost within my reach, I like to dress down as much as possible while still maintaining some pretense of professionalism.

“Everything has its beauty, but not everyone sees it” – Confucius

People may not always pay attention to every detail of your outfit but everyone sees your face. To that end, my eye-wear choice is the most critical (read: fun) decision I have to make. So, without further ado, here are my eye-wear picks for everyday of the week…

Serious Mondays

DKNY glasses.

DKNY glasses

Need to Get Through the Week Tuesdays

Liz Claiborne glasses.

Liz Claiborne glasses

Hump day Happiness Wednesdays

a.n.a glasses

ANA glasses

Almost Friday Thursdays

DKNY glasses.

DKNY

TGIF Fridays

Worthington eyeglasses from our StylisTech Series! Learn more about this collection here.

WORTHINGTON glasses

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This post was written by Annie. Meet Annie!

AnnieAnnie lives in Washington, D.C. with her husband and their uber adventurous toddler. She hails from New York City and began her professional career as a luxury brand marketing manager at L’Oreal. Beauty is not only her career, it is her passion.

In striving to help people see past the functionality of their eyeglasses, Annie will post fashion and beauty how-to tidbits so you can view your specs as the accessory that has the power to revolutionize your entire look. This blog exists as a source of inspiration for style & beauty, with a particular focus on eye-wear. We invite you to view the world through her (four) eyes.