Eye Candy Optical is a locally-owned optical that opened in August 2019.
We are a solo-practitioner office, so you will not see a different doctor every time you come in. Our optometrist, Dr. Kandi Moller, does vision exams, medical exams (diabetes, cataracts, glaucoma), contact lens evaluations, and more.
Our frame boutique has frames ranging from funky to sparkly, modern to retro, and unique to traditional. Some lines we carry are ROGER (Dutch-designed eyewear for the person who wants unique shapes and color), Rain City (often-classic feel in shape, but with a PNW sense of color and style), Modo & Eco (they donate to children and plant a tree for every frame sold), berlin (German-engineered with screwless hinges), and many more.
Sunglasses are available, or any frame can be made into sunglasses.
Frames are eye candy for your face. Indoor glasses, progressives for the computer, relax lenses for reading, sunglasses, blue-blocking glasses….we all need multiple pairs so HAVE FUN!
Dr. Kandi Moller grew up in the midwest and is a self-professed cat freak, currently co-owning (or is that owned by?) 6 with her husband.
She really loves all animals and has had 3 lab mixes, a bunny, and backyard chickens. With 20 years of optometric experience, she decided to open her own office to offer personalized care and unique frames with a fun atmosphere.
She may sing or dance to the radio, hug you hello (well, before COVID), give you a verbal hard time, and laugh a lot, so be prepared to not have your typical boring office visit.
In June 2019 she had a takotsubo heart attack, and her life was saved by CPR; read about it here.
Robert is her husband. He is our marketer and you may have seen him at festivals or hitting the streets, letting everyone he meets know about us.
Gregarious and good-natured, he enjoys spreading joy and helping you.
Stephanie is our optician. A new mommy, she often brings Iris in to model our frames and charm our patients. (Ok, she has charmed Dr. too, which is no small feat!) Also a mom to 3 big dogs, and a man mixed in there somewhere, all sharing their first home.