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Sunglass Hunt: Six Hot Places to Buy Your Eyewear in DFW

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Besides the big-box retailers and obvious outfits, Dallas/Fort Worth does not lack for eyewear specialty stores. Here we, um, focus on the best of the area's boutiques.


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Warby Parker Classroom

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Think this new-to-Dallas brand only offers prescription eyewear? New York-based Warby Parker also stocks an array of sunwear—almost 40 women's styles alone—and the best part is that you can walk out with a pair if you don't need an RX.

Peeper's

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Originally founded in Richardson, this boutique now resides in Highland Park Village, offering a fine selection of frames, from Ray-Ban to Maui Jim, Chanel to David Yurman.

Image Eyewear

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Sama and ic! berlin are just a couple of the elusive, irresistibly unique sunglass brands available at this Shops of Highland Park store.

Adair Eyewear

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This Fort Worth-based luxury eyewear boutique was founded by Alyce Adair Jones in 1980. Featuring brands such as Tom Ford, Cartier, Gold & Wood, Lindberg and JF Rey, the breadth of styles is only surpassed by the fine customer service.

Eyes Noveau

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This full-service eyewear outfit (which also has a Hulen St. location in Fort Worth) offers frames that start at $69, meaning there's something here for everyone.

Eye Pieces

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Robert Marc, Roberto Cavalli, Prada and Paul Smith are just a handful of the brands carried at this West Village showroom. There's also a location in Plano.

Warby Parker Classroom

Think this new-to-Dallas brand only offers prescription eyewear? New York-based Warby Parker also stocks an array of sunwear—almost 40 women's styles alone—and the best part is that you can walk out with a pair if you don't need an RX.

Peeper's

Originally founded in Richardson, this boutique now resides in Highland Park Village, offering a fine selection of frames, from Ray-Ban to Maui Jim, Chanel to David Yurman.

Image Eyewear

Sama and ic! berlin are just a couple of the elusive, irresistibly unique sunglass brands available at this Shops of Highland Park store.

Adair Eyewear

This Fort Worth-based luxury eyewear boutique was founded by Alyce Adair Jones in 1980. Featuring brands such as Tom Ford, Cartier, Gold & Wood, Lindberg and JF Rey, the breadth of styles is only surpassed by the fine customer service.

Eyes Noveau

This full-service eyewear outfit (which also has a Hulen St. location in Fort Worth) offers frames that start at $69, meaning there's something here for everyone.

Eye Pieces

Robert Marc, Roberto Cavalli, Prada and Paul Smith are just a handful of the brands carried at this West Village showroom. There's also a location in Plano.