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ECPs Share Their Best-Selling Collections for August 2019

Sunwear sales reached their apex.




ECPs Share Their Best-Selling Collections for August 2019
Page is a larger, progressive-friendly, butterfly shape made from 141 Ultem. Available in eight colors, it can also be made into sunglasses. For every 141 Eyewear purchase, they give a new pair of prescription glasses to a person in need. MSRP: $249.00

141 EYEWEAR‘s Page frame. This brand does very well for high Rxs because they are smaller but they are so lightweight, once a patient tries one on all other frames are heavier. — Carissa Dunphy, Monroe Vision Clinic, Monroe, WA

ECPs Share Their Best-Selling Collections for August 2019

Dolce & Gabbana DG4348 is a full rim acetate frame for women in a wide, butterfly shape with vintage flair. Available in classic black, Havana and a variety of prints. MSRP: $340

The DOLCE & GABBANA DG4348; it is a beautiful slightly catty ladies sunglass. It fits well and is comfortable. — Dawn Christman Munoz, North Valley Eye Medical Group, Indian Hills, CA

Top-selling vision brands in August

MODO (4), Ray-Ban (4), Europa (3), Lafont (3), 141 Eyewear (2), ECO (2), Face á Face (2), Oakley (2)


Maui Jim (12), Ray-Ban (9), Costa (5), Oakley (4), Kate Spade (3), Face á Face (2)

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  • MODO. Their newer styles are adding just the right amount of pop our patients want to see and our ECOs with polarized sunclips are flying off the boards. They are super stylish and so easy for our patients to use. — Selena Jachens, Urban Eyecare & Eyewear, West Des Moines, IA
  • RETRO by Zimco glasses and ROGUE suns. — Alexander Saper, Great Glasses, Houston, TX
  • BEVEL! Because we love it. For sun, it was OAKLEY… probably due to summer time. Plus, they are kinda inexpensive. Our second best was OLIVER PEOPLES. — Nancy Revis, Uber Optics, Petaluma, CA
  • BEBE and NINE WEST… bebe is always a top seller for us, Nine West was a new addition and has been very well received. COSTA suns, it’s also a new line for us that has been doing very well. — Christine Howard, Attleboro Vision Care, Attleboro, MA
  • The OAKLEY Socket 2.0 in Matte Black and Pewter sold very well. Sunglass sales slowed a bit this month but the introduction of the OAKLEY NFL Holbrook and Flak 2.0 I see big sales in our upcoming months! — William Chancellor, Eye Can See Eyewear, McDonough, GA
  • Men’s CARRERA have been doing well for us. They offer a great price point, extensive selection and a durable line of frames for our guys. MAUI JIM suns take it again this month. — Blake Hutto, OD, Family Vision Care, Alma, GA
  • LINDBERG glasses and SALT. suns. — Daniel R Wolfe, OD, Cedar Rapids, IA
  • MIRAFLEX glasses for the kiddos and classic RAY-BAN suns. — Stacey Nutting, The Eye Doctors at CNY Eye Care, East Syracuse, NY
  • Tura TITANFLEX glasses and the RAY-BAN Jackie O sun. Great style for the mature customer. — John LaShorne, Brown County Eye Care, Nashville, IN
  • CELINE in both sun and ophthalmic. — Leisa Lauer. Dr. H Michael Shack, Newport Beach, FL
  • ERKERS and MOREL glasses did rather well. — Kevin Count, Prentice Lab, Glenview, IL
  • I’m thrilled to have gotten the SWISSFLEX frames back in now from Luzerne. I have always done great with these glasses; customers love all the colors and options. Our best seller for sunglasses is MAUI JIM, they’ve come out with a few large sizes for men also which have been great sellers. — Julie Uram, Optical Oasis, Jupiter, FL
  • MODO, MODO, MODO all around. — Bethany Cassar, Complete Eye Health, Holland, MI
  • CHARMANT glasses did really well in both ladies and men. MAUI JIM suns came out on top. The Ho’okipa is always a best seller. — Frances Ann Layton, Eye Associates of South Georgia, Valdosta, GA
  • LAFONT glasses, COSTA suns. — Paula Hornbeck, Eye Candy & Eye Candy Kids, Delafield, WI
  • COLORS IN OPTICS glasses, much improved quality and styles, fabulous colors too. MAUI JIM and COACH sunglasses. — Kathy Maren, Comb EyeCare & Eyewear, Western Springs, IL
  • TOM FORD in both ophthalmic and sun. — Amy Pelak, Proview Eyecare Optometry, Corona, CA
  • KATE SPADE and LIGHTEC were our customer’s preferred optical products. MAUI JIM and COSTA sunglasses because of their quality. — Pam Peters, Midwest Eye, Downers Grove, IL
  • EUROPA’s glasses lines and MAUI JIM and RAY-BAN suns. — Zachary Dirks, OD, St. Peter and Belle Plaine Eyecare Centers, Saint Peter, MN
  • ETNIA BARCELONA sold really well in optical and sun. We brought in about 45 new pieces and they are vibrant and well made at a nice price point. Many of the sun pieces are exotic and colorful and the HD glass lenses are of similar quality to MAUI JIM. — Tim Gray, Visual Eyes, Huntingdon Valley, PA
  • CINZIA and CHESTERFIELD glasses. RAY-BAN and LIZ CLAIBORNE suns. — Jennifer Leuzzi, Mill Creek Optical, Dansville, NY
  • PRODESIGN and TED BAKER glasses, MAUI JIM and OAKLEY suns, and RAY-BAN in both. — Andrew Romeril, OD, Torrey Highlands Optometry, San Diego, CA
  • The HEAR 463 glasses and RAY-BAN suns. — Jocelyn Anderson, National Vision Inc, Riverdale, GA
  • ICON, our private label in both ophthalmic and sun. — Adam Ramsey, OD, Socialite Vision, Palm Beach Gardens, FL
  • The ZUMA ZR001 sold before we got it on the board. Gwen Stefani’s son definitely knows what his demographic likes! KATE SPADE sunglasses. — Angel Miller, Cynthiana Vision Center, Cynthiana, KY
  • ALTAIR and MARCHON glasses, DRAGON and NIKE, OAKLEY sunglasses and RAY-BAN in both. — Texas L. Smith, OD, Dr. Texas L. Smith & Associates, Citrus Heights, CA
  • LAFONT Estampe. Can’t keep it on the shelf, or occasionally, get it into inventory! Great modified cat eye, really good colors. Plus our doctor wears it, which always drives sales. I don’t like to order a ton of the same frame, but this one will likely go into heavy rotation. COSTA sunglasses. Always. — Jenna Gilbertson, McCulley Optix Gallery, Fargo, ND
  • ECO and MODO continue to kill it with their lightweight materials and the clip-ons for the ECO line really wins a lot of people over who want TRANSITIONS but don’t like that they don’t get dark in the car. — Michael Martorana, OD, Falls City Eye Care, Louisville, KY
  • ASPEX Easy Clip, people get hooked on the convenience. — Rick Rickgauer, Vision Associates, Girard, PA
  • MODO Titanium frames, great price point for second pair sales. The RAY-BAN New Wayfarer still a favorite classic. — Pam Neagle, Austin Eyeworks, Austin, TX
  • DANNY GOKEY and ZAK POSEN eyewear. No specific sun style, but NIKE sold the best overall. — Kim Hilgers, Monson Eyecare Center, Owatonna, MN
  • DUTZ and ELLA by BrillenEyes glasses, KATE SPADE and RAY-BAN suns. — Scott Felten, Fox Valley Family Eye Care, Little Chute, WI
  • CAVIAR glasses, and MAUI JIM suns, crystal frames with blue mirror. — Scott Keating, OD, Vision Trends, Dover, OH
  • TORY BURCH glasses and RAY-BAN sunglasses. — Amina Ebrahim, OD, D Vision Eyecare, Allen, TX
  • LAFONT glasses and COSTA suns. — Dorothy Reynolds, Optical Alternatives, Milford, CT
  • The OAKLEY Socket and Alias were the best ophthalmic sellers. WILEY X was our best-selling sunglass brand. — Caitlin Wicka, San Juan Eye Center, Montrose, CO
  • The SCOTT HARRIS SH670 is a great shape, fun colors that shimmer, I sold it in every color available — my favorite is the Emerald Green — and has an amazing price point. The ZERO G San Francisco and Oakland. The San Francisco works on so many faces, Seafoam Green and Black Tort are constantly being reordered. Oakland is such a simple classic. Midnight Blue is amazing on all our grey haired friends. MAUI JIM suns. — Sherry Berry, Eye against Eye and Ardmore Eye Care, Ardmore, PA
  • SILHOUETTE, lightweight and classic. The BARTON PERRIERA Hettie. For sun, always MAUI JIM. Excellent quality, optics, and customer service that can’t be beat! Stingray did particularly well for us. — Larah Alami, OD, Hudson River Eye Care, Tarrytown and White Plains, NY
  • FACE Á FACE in optical and sun. — Steve Nelson, Eye Candy Optical, Westlake and Beachwood, OH
  • RAY-BAN in both, though it’s losing steam and we’re phasing them out. — Dr. Richard Frankel, Atlantic Cape Eyecare, Wildwood, NJ
  • RAY-BAN glasses and OAKLEY suns, spent more time talking to patients. — Susie Phillips, Dr. Brendon Johnson, O.D., 2611 Broadway, Pekin, IL
  • We are still going gangbusters with 141 EYEWEAR, because Ultem. Also, their program has enabled us to work in our community to provide eyeglasses to people who are in need, so it’s a heart boost too. VUARNET sunglasses, classics and new styles. — Nikki Griffin, EyeStyles Optical, Oakdale, MN
  • GARRETT LEIGHT glasses remain super strong. — Selina McGee, OD, Precision Vision of Edmond, Edmond, OK
  • FACE Á FACE and THEO frames, BOCCA sunglasses. — Sabina Krasnov, i2ioptique, Scottsdale AZ
  • INVU glasses and sunglasses. — Chris Mark, OptiMark, Des Moines, WA

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