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WAG spotlights the new and noteworthy

Give yourself specs appeal

A few years ago I visited France and treated myself to a gorgeous pair of expensive designer eyeglass frames. Once I had the frames, though, I had to find some place that would provide me with prescription lenses for them.  I tried several shops and warehouse clubs, but the cost was astronomical.

Then I discovered Tajima Direct, which proved a superior choice for my eyes — and my wallet. Tajima Direct makes it easy to put new, high-quality lenses in any frame you already own, using its patented polarized lens technology. While the company specializes in polarized sunglass lenses (in prescription and nonprescription), it also offers prescription clear and Transitions (light adapting) lenses that can be placed in your favorite frames. The other appeal of Tajima Direct is its top-tier customer service — knowledgeable, personalized and contact-free. The lenses are delivered directly to your door.  So, no salesmen, no waiting rooms, no driving back and forth and no crazy price markups. Welcome to modern-day, lens technology that makes a visual difference. Even better:  Receive a 15 percent discount with code WAGMAG15.

For more, visit tajima-direct.com.


A travel jacket that is ‘spot-on’

Looking for a winter jacket that makes a statement? Meet the Midori Long Jacket in Snow Leopard Print, a comfortable, versatile piece in the perfect length.  Even better, you can layer all you want underneath, thanks to a classic slim fit and double gun-metal zippers. Crafted using Anatomie’s signature wrinkle-free stretch in a bold pattern, this jacket suits any outdoor adventure. Looking chic on the streets — or on the peaks — has never been easier.  $398.

For more, visit anatomie.com


Wear your wanderlust

Modern trendsetter Jet Set Candy’s wagmag.com/28413-2/ infinity bracelet now has a skinnier sister — the slim infinity link charm bracelet, made of 14-karat gold ($998). It’s in JSC’s “infinity” family for a reason: With a spring hinge on each of the links, it can carry as many charms as you’d like. This slender version was created especially for the company’s extensive gold mini charm collection. A tiny passport stamp here, a baby croissant there, an adorable little pagoda on the end: Together these elegantly represent a traveler’s — or an armchair tourist’s — greatest hits. For those preferring a necklace, the slim infinity is available in a length of 18 inches ($1,998) 16 inches ($1,798) and 14 inches ($1,598). Through Jan. 31, use promo code WAG20 for 20 percent off the bracelet or the necklace.

For more, visit jetsetcandy.com

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