Friday, November 14, 2014

Try Before You Buy with Warby Parker

Have you heard of Warby Parker? They are a fun eyeglass company that sells glasses online. They are different from the others because they believe that buying glasses should be easy and fun. 

They also understand that its hard to buy glasses online without seeing how they look on you. I can attest to how those photo programs that lets you virtually try on the glasses aren't always accurate. They don't measure your face, so when you get the glasses they may actually be too small for your face. So Warby Parker  allows you to try them on at home with the unique Home Try-On program.


They also do good... For every one pair you purchase, one will be given to someone in need. They have already distributed over one million pairs already.

They aren't stuffy and ugly glasses either. Warby Parker collaborates with innovators in fashion, design, art, music and social innovation. This is all to create one-of-a-kind glasses to those of us who buy them.

All you need is your current prescription (less than a year old) and you can go online and find your new favorite pair of glasses. Or maybe even a back up pair. Or a pair of prescription sunglasses. Either way, you'll love what you find at Warby Parker. Take a look at what they have!





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