Company says 85 percent of its store customers visit website first.
Warby Parker has opened its second retail outlet in Seattle, its 33rd overall, The Seattle Times reports. The new store is in the University Village shopping area and "goes for a classic library-inspired aesthetic," the article says, "with light oak shelves, marble tabletops and brass detailing." Customers can buy eyeglasses and sunglasses in the store and take home frames that don't require a prescription. They also can pick up prescription eyeglasses they ordered online. According to a statement from Warby Parker, 85 percent of its in-store customers visit the company's online site first. Warby Parker operates 32 stores in the U.S., and one in Canada.