Specsavers Paisley introduces eco-friendly eyewear
Stylish, value-conscious glasses wearers in Paisley can now choose specs specifically designed to reduce environmental impact with the launch of Specsavers’ ReWear range, now available in the Moss Street store in Paisley.
Each frame in the 24-strong collection is created from recycled, discarded water bottles and a range of other bio-based materials that are friendly for the environment, meaning that specs wearers can strive to do their bit for the planet while remaining fashion conscious.
With accreditation from the Global Recycled Standard and Control Union, which develops services around the sustainability of industry supply chains, the glasses, priced at £89, take style cues from the natural world.
Frame names such as Lavender, Elm, River, Rain and Sandalwood evoke the colours and textures of our eco systems, which are further brought to life in the specs themselves.
Store director, Gail Thompson, says: “The new ReWear range is not only an affordable way to look stylish while wearing glasses, but also a big step for us in reducing the impact that our products have on the environment.
“Everyone in the store is hugely passionate about supporting sustainable causes, so we’re pleased to be able to offer a series of frames that can hopefully make a difference in showing our respect for the planet.”
Further information about the ReWear range from Specsavers Paisley is available online or call 0141 848 9192.