Style & Design

Grab A New Pair Of Shades For A Steal With Bondi Brand Local Supply’s Annual Warehouse Sale

By Sophie Hart
27th May 2020

A woman crouches posing in front of the beach wearing white sleek sunglasses.

Now that we’re allowed outside again and sun-drenched picnics are back on the cards you might have found yourself in the market for some new shades—well, we bring good news. 

Cult Bondi brand Local Supply just launched their online warehouse sale so you can score up to 70 per cent off 70 different styles including polarized sunglasses and blue light blocking glasses. 

Designed by former Dior eyewear designer Petra Ekborn, Local Supply was founded with a vision to create the best quality and best value eyewear for everyone, everywhere. 

Local Supply’s warehouse sale only happens once a year, so you best be quick to snap up a bargain. The sale kicks off today and runs until Tuesday, 2 June with prices starting as low as $24. So when you think about the cost per wear, it’s clear this is a downright steal. 

You can also feel good about your new purchase knowing sustainability is at the core of everything they do. The design-led brand uses custom injection moulds to minimise waste and reduce environmental impact, plus they’ll accept any old frames that don’t serve you a purpose anymore to repair or recycle. 

As for their frames, they’re made from a unique material called Skylon that’s BPA-free, hypoallergenic, and has a high strength-to-weight ratio for superior comfort and durability so they’ll last you for years to come. 

Need some inspo? Here’s exactly what we’re adding to our cart. 


PRICE: $89.95 $26.99

A woman wears a blue puffer jacket and sleek cateye sunglasses.


PRICE: $99.95 $55.97

A man wears a blue puffer jacket and aviator sunglasses.

HARBOUR BKM27 Blue Light Blockers

PRICE: $89.95 $71.96

Blue light blocking glasses with thin frames and clear lenses.


What: Local Supply annual warehouse sale
Where: Online, here
When: Wednesday, 28 May until Tuesday, 2 June

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Image credit: Local Supply

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