To Bespoke or Not to Bespoke
What does Bespoke mean? Bespoke is a British term meaning made to order for an individual or custom made. It's commonly used to describe clothing, for instance a "bespoke suit." You may be familiar with custom made clothing, but how about a custom made pair of eyeglass frames?
Pacific Eyecare Center is excited to introduce TD Tom Davies, the first eyewear line that can be custom made or "bespoke" for a particular patient. Each bespoke frame is hand-made by master craftsmen specifically for the patient using a combination of traditional techniques and modern machinery. Tom Davies has designed and built machinery specifically for the purpose of creating bespoke eyewear. Each frame is made with top quality plastic or titanium and takes an average of 65 hours to produce. As an additional feature, every bespoke frame can have the patient's name laser engraved on the inside of one of the arms (temples) giving the eyewear that special touch and a feel of personalization.
TD Tom Davies also has the "ready- to- wear" line, which are frames that are ready to purchase.
So, whether you decide to bespoke or not to bespoke, we invite you to come in and take a look and see if TD Tom Davies is for you!