There are plenty of reasons to invest in a pair of blue light glasses. First, the accessories are said to filter blue light from computer screens. There’s also claims that they prevent digital eye strain and retinal damage. While the jury is still out on whether the specs provide adequate eye protection, we can all agree, at best, blue light glasses can complement your overall look. From luxe aviators to fun cat eye frames, there are options to suit every preference.
Ahead, we’ve rounded up the best places to shop for the eyewear online. Whether you’re on the market for your very first pair or looking to add some new styles to your collection, you’ll find stylish options to keep in rotation from various retailers.
Warby Parker offers a virtual try-on tool to help you find the perfect frames for your face, and for a nominal fee, you can add blue light protection to progressive and non-prescription lenses, like this hexagonal style.
If Peepers are good enough for Oprah, then they’re good enough for us. Between the affordable price (these frames are $29), stylish designs and blue light-blocking lenses, it’s no wonder they appear on her list of favorite things.
Nordstrom is a one-stop shop for luxe eyewear. You’ll find everything from designer sunglasses to blue light-blocking specs like this pair from Tom Ford. The retailer also offers stylish options under $30.
With ambassadors like Lizzo and Saweetie on their roster, Quay is undoubtedly the “it” brand for millennials who want trendy yet affordable eyewear. Psst, right now, you can save up to 30% on their blue light collection.
On Amazon, you can find blue light glasses for every price point. To get the best bang for your buck, take advantage of the retailer’s bundle deals. This 3-pack retails for $13, which boils down to less than $5 per pair.
When you opt for a non-prescription pair of blue-light glasses from Felix Gray, you can opt to increase the magnification–no doctors note required. The best part is your FSA or HSA can cover the price tag.