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Welcome to Retropeepers

Search our great collection of original vintage and retro glasses, ready readers, sunglasses, sun readers and prescription frames and you will begin to see why our customers really LOVE what we do.

Our ranges contain classic designs from the 20s to the 70s - and everything in between - for both guys and dolls. See our iconic collection of 50s style rock and roll frames, together with our signature 30s round shapes and distinctive hipster looks.

We can provide high quality prescription lenses or turn any frame into sunglasses, economically and quickly. Contact us for personal style advice, stage and screen wear and wholesale orders.
Cheerio for now! Best wishes, Lauretta and Caroline

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70s Style at Retropeepers

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