See. Saw. Seen. introduces their Sons & Daughters collection, making high fashion eyewear easily accessible to trendy children all over the map! Based out of San Francisco, CA, the modern and hip company features stylish prescriptive and non-prescriptive products for men, women and children.Featuring a wide range of frames in numerous materials and hues makes it easy to find the perfect pair for your eclectic style and taste.
Left, Sons + Daughter’s Hunter shades in black & Bobby‘s in liquid metal.
The collection hones in to the hottest trends and colors for the upcoming season and ensures a lightweight, durable product for the kids. With the school year already in swing, this is the perfect addition to the kids’ new school year wardrobes!
Jude: Sons + Daughter’s Hunter shades in black Ruby: Bobby‘s in liquid metal.
Lookie Boo would like to thank Amanda Bellamy Photography for shooting this editorial!
About See. Saw. Seen Eyewear:
“See Saw Seen Eyewear was established with one vision in mind – to provide high quality, stylish prescriptive and non-prescriptive eyewear at affordable prices accessible from the comfort of one’s own home. By providing you with reasonable prices on a wide selection of unique and quality frames, we hope to eliminate the sacrifices on style that some of you make due to insurance restrictions or limited in-store selections.
We believe a good pair of glasses can make a positive impact on people’s lives. Family-owned and founded by a licensed optometrist with more than 15 years of experience in the optical industry, we pride ourselves in offering quality checked and assured precision eyewear suitable for everyone – adults and children, women and men. We also take great care in meeting the safety, fit, and performance needs required particularly of children’s eyewear.”
As an online optical boutique, we have the advantage of offering various brands and contemporary styles from around the world, some of which may not be available in stores, while executing the same high level of care and expertise as in a physical shop.”