We’ve got some seriously fantastic sunglasses and frames available at Thursday’s summer sidewalk sale. The sale is two hours only 5-7pm at BOTH locations, Del Ray & Hilltop. Click here for our office addresses and directions.
Find your favorite brands like Face a Face, Ray-Ban, Tom Ford, Kate Spade, Maui Jim, Woow Eyewear, State Optical and more for 50% off. This kind of sale at eye2eye is rare, so don’t miss it.
**All frames and sunglasses are 50% off, does not include lenses**
Hook Dad up with a fresh look this Father’ Day. We’ve got his favorite brands like Ray-Ban, Maui Jim, Prada, Tom Ford and more. Or grab Dad a gift card and let him come in and pick out his favorite pair of sunglasses.
Don’t forget to run don’t walk to our Sidewalk Sale at BOTH locations Thursday 6/22 from 5pm-7pm. ALL frames and sunglasses will be 50%. You’ll save on frames and sunnies that almost never go on sale!
Shop these awesome sunglasses for Dad.
Dr. Adamopoulos sat down and shared five important things you need to know about the sun and your eyes this summer.
Catch her UV safety tips, how to prevent skin cancer and how to keep the kids safe from the sun below. These tips will help your have a healthy, happy and fun summer.
eye2eye Del Ray is open and operating normal business hours Wednesday 6/14. If you have a scheduled appointment please give yourself extra time to get to eye2eye Del Ray and avoid using Monroe Street.
Our team here at eye2eye has the the victims of this incident, the entire Del Ray neighborhood, and the Alexandria community in our thoughts. Del Ray is our home, and where eye2eye started and we are deeply saddened by this incident. We’d like to thank the Alexandria Police, fire and EMS for their hard work to keep Alexandria safe.
We’re celebrating Dr. Scranton’s one year anniversary with eye2eye! He’s been a critical part of our team as we continue to grow and we could not be happier to have him as a part of the eye2eye family. To celebrate one year with Dr. Scranton, we sat down and chatted about why he loves working at eye2eye and what he does when he’s not on the job.
1. What is your favorite part of your job?
Hands down, helping our patients see the world more clearly, more comfortable, and for the rest of their lives.
2. What do you think sets eye2eye apart?
The modern twist on “mom and pop” optometry. We offer personalized state of the art care without being that stuffy sterile doctor’s office or assembly line eyeball factory. I try to meet all my patients with a smile and thru directed questioning, examination and often my distinctive laugh address their visual needs. Then it’s off to “lets go shopping” where our talented opticians guide you in the selection of eye wear that flatters and full-fills our visual “game plan”.
3. What is your experience in the eye care/optometry field? What training did you receive for your position? What is your area of specialty?
It always cracks me up when the adult in my chair was born on the same month and year that I graduated form Optometry school! I’ve seen Optometry change a lot over the close to 3 decades of practice. But, it all comes down to the same goal; providing the patient with clear, comfortable, and healthy vision. Having lived and working in several different communities, I’ve picked up skills and instincts I didn’t possess as a young OD. I still try to attend continuing education as often as possible and always come out with a new tidbit of knowledge. While I consider myself a “general” practitioner, I’ve developed skills in the treatment of most “red eye” issues and the “art and science” of contact lens fittings.
4. What is your favorite style or brand of eyewear?
I tend to gravitate towards the adage of “form follows function” when selecting frames and don’t get stuck on “brand” per say. A quality frame that feels good, looks attractive, and functions well can make you feel like a million bucks!
5. What do you do when you are not working, what kind of hobbies do you have?
Because my profession has me in a little room a lot; I like to get out walking when possible. Normally my destination is a restaurant!
6. You’re stranded on a deserted island, what book or album could you read or listen to forever?
Really, anything by Sinatra, Streisand, or Bacharach! If you don’t know what I’m taking about you are missing out.
Join us for our annual Summer Sidewalk Sale on Thursday 6/22 from 5pm-7pm at both our Hilltop and Del Ray locations and save 50% off ALL frames and sunglasses, no exclusions. Seriously. This is our biggest sale of the year and you DO NOT want to miss it. Shop your favorite designer sunglasses and frames and stock up for summer.
*50% off includes frames and sunglasses does not included lenses
We’re thrilled to be featured in this month’s issue of Invision Magazine! Invision is a leading eye care industry publication and we are SO excited to have been chosen in their top ten America’s Finest optical retailers.
“When Dr. Dora Adamopoulos began the search for a location for her first practice in Alexandria, VA, she had her own version of the three golden rules of retail to guide her: community, community and community”.
Read more about eye2eye and the rest of our feature here.
Happy Memorial Day weekend! Both of our office locations will be closed Monday 5/29 in observance of Memorial Day. We’ll reopen Tuesday normal hours.
Enjoy the long weekend and the unofficial kick off of summer!
It’s that time of year again! Time for our Mother’s Day giveaway. One lucky Mom will win an eyewear makeover and receive a FREE pair of sunglasses from eye2eye. To enter, head over to Facebook or Instagram, give eye2eye a follow and look for the Mother’s Day giveaway post.
You can find us on Facebook here and Instagram here.
We’re excited to be sponsoring an artist square for this year’s amazing street chalk art festival in Del Ray, La Bella Strada! The date for the festival has been moved to make sure the chalk art does not get washed away due to rain – the new date is Sunday 5/14 from 9am-3pm. So come by with Mom and enjoy artists at work creating amazing chalk art.
For more details, visit La Bella Strada’s website here.