From an idea conceived on a fishing trip in 1987, the Ted Baker brand as we know it today was born. Quintessentially British, Ted Baker is renowned for its eccentric prints and use of bold colours across all its fashion ranges. Ted Baker is the perfect matrimony of quirky yet commercial fashion, and the perfect option for style-conscious men and women. Whilst being a globally recognisable brand built on style and quality, Ted Baker likes to stay true to its roots, asking itself one simple question when creating a design – “would Ted do it that way?”
An eye for detail
Known for their distinctive style within the fashion industry, the Ted Baker glasses and sunglasses collection is very much in keeping with the brand identity. The collection sees classic shapes fused with elements of eccentric design and that extra eye for detail to create eyewear that feels truly individual.
Tortoiseshell and wood-style effects are signatures within the Ted Baker glasses collection and often contrasted with bright splashes of greens, blues, and pinks. Staying trend-focused whilst maintaining their signature look makes Ted Baker eyewear stand out from so many fashion brands, creating looks for those who are as inventive and original as the brand itself.
Inspired by oversized retro shapes, the Ted Baker sunglasses collection offer wearers the quality and originality they deserve, making them the perfect addition to any wardrobe.
Whether it’s the Ted Baker sunglasses or optical collection you are after, there are plenty of options to choose from in both masculine and feminine styles. The collection even offers a range of petite frames, for those who require a smaller fit without compromising on style.
Discover Ted Baker at Leightons
Our range of Ted Baker glasses and sunglasses can be viewed at selected practices. To find out where your nearest practice is, call our Dedicated Patient Support team on 0800 40 20 20 or find your nearest practice online.
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