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Campuspecs focuses on fashion

December 10, 2013

Campuspecs focuses on fashion

Campuspecs, the first optometry practice in New Zealand with a primary objective of offering services and products to tertiary students, officially opened its doors two weeks ago.

Part of this innovative practice’s consideration when positioning itself in it’s chosen market place, was to ensure a combination of first rate eye care and a range of fashionable frames that fit within a tertiary student’s budget. Managing Dispensing Optician, Ms Bernice Reddy who hand-selected all of the spectacle frames available in practice, says “I remember my student days very well, it wasn’t that long ago that I was trying to manage on a student budget, but I still wanted to look and feel fashionable.” She continues, “At Campuspecs we wanted to ensure we offered our customers a good range of stylish options made from quality materials at fair and reasonable prices.”

With frames starting at $69, Campuspecs demonstrates that fashion doesn’t need to break the bank. Many of the brands stocked at Campuspecs, including Chevrolet, Cadillac, Saint Jack, Van Gogh, XVO and Modem Girl are new to New Zealand, and the broad range of frames, in diverse colours and materials mean every client has a choice of over 350 options when selecting their new frames.

As part of their focus on fashion, Campuspecs are using their website blog to offer styling tips around eyewear and fashion trends.

Campuspecs is open at X-GALLERY, Cnr of Wellesley & Lorne St, Auckland.

www.campuspecs.co.nz

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