NEW YORK—Spring is here, the days are getting lighter and warmer, and it feels like the world is full of color—both out in nature and in the office. This season, patients seem to be gravitating toward bright, bold and colorful frames, with pops of color and unexpected patterns. So, this week, we’re taking a look at some recent posts from indies showing off the bold frames their patients chose. Feel free to get inspired, be it for your new stock, your in-store displays, client recommendations or, of course, your own next eyewear purchase.

At 10/10 Optics in New York City, bold pops of color from brands like Theo Eyewear are grabbing attention. Image via 1010optics on Instagram

Some ECPs are adding more colorful collections to their offerings, like Randa Djabri, OD, at SynOptic Eyecare in Fort Lauderdale, Florida who recently added Vivid Eyewear. Image via drdjabri on Instagram

Oculus Eyecare, in Seattle, finds patients are interested in Feb 31st, an eyewear collection that combines bold colors with wood construction. Image via oculuseyecare on Instagram

Colorful Sabine Be makes a splash at EuroOptica in New York City. Image via euroopticanyc on Instagram

At Spectacle Society in Detroit, clients overwhelmingly voted in favor of adding bold, bright Kirk and Kirk frames to in-store offerings. Image via spectaclesocietydetroit on Instagram

The Eye Shoppe in Oshawa, Ontario, Canada, is experiencing the colorful trend, too. Here, they showcase a bold Etnia Barcelona collection. Image via eyeshoppeoshawa on Instagram

Urban Eyecare in Chicago showcased a creative, unexpected way to bring a pop of color to your eyewear: black frames with bright lenses, like this Lemtosh style from Moscot. Image via urbaneyecare on Instagram