It’s almost that time of year again when we take the opportunity to remind our loved ones of how much we care for and appreciate them. This year, why not think outside the box and consider a type of gift a little different from the usual jewelry, flowers or confectionary. At Blue Planet Eyewear we sell a wide range of stylish and fashionable readers and sunglasses that would make a perfect gift for your significant other. Here are a few Valentine’s Day gift ideas from our eyewear collection.
If your loved one is a bit of a bookworm, why not consider giving the gift of a pair of fabulous readers this Valentine’s Day. For her, consider our stylish Classic Reader in fun Crystal Red; or the elegant Lucia Reader in distinctive Honey Tortoise. For him, perhaps check out the classic but fashionable Auburn Reader in Black Tortoise and Silver, or the distinguished Berkeley Reader in standout Crystal Gray with Black Onyx Accent. Anyone of these would make a perfect gift for your Valentine’s Day sweetheart.
We may be a stretch away from the summer months, but here at Blue Planet Eyewear we firmly believe that sunglasses can look great all year round – and they protect your eyes, too. So why not treat your Valentine to a chic pair of shades. Our hot new releases include the show-stopping Anchor design, with a choice of blue, green, red or gold mirrored lenses, and the slimline but distinctive Mila range, featuring 100 percent UVA/UVB polarized lenses. Check out our full range of stylish sunglasses here.
Treat your loved one to a Valentine’s Day Gift from Blue Planet Eyewear and we’ll give a gift, too. Through our Visualize Change program, we donate a pair of glasses for every pair that we sell, through our partnership with renowned humanitarian organizations such as SEE International, Feed the Children, Direct Relief, and Best Day Foundation. Shop with us today and help us to give the gift of sight.
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