Thursday, August 18, 2016

Trendy Eye Wear - Glasses and Sunglasses

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For the past five years, I've needed to wear prescription glasses. Which makes it a bit hard to find sunglasses that I love. I used to have hoards of sunglasses. Now, I'm lucky to actually have two pairs of prescription sunglasses that I love!

The most recent pair is by far my favorite! It's been so long since I've had a pair like these, and I'm super happy that I have them.

I've written about GlassesShop before (see here, and here). They're a great place to get http://www.glassesshop.comeyeglasses online. I was happy with the ones I got then, but I'm beyond happy with the ones I've received this time around. And yes, they are prescription, but you can buy them without an RX, too. They're also really affordable.



These sunglasses came just in time for our Mexican vacation in June, so some of these photos are from that trip.





I have a hard time finding prescription sunglasses that I really like. My face is pretty round, and chubby, so not all sunglasses look good on me. I prefer the wide glasses. The wider the better. I'd rather my face be eaten up by the glasses than have some that are too small, LOL.

These sunglasses are Wayfarer style, and they come in black with a blue reflective, tortoise with a yellow reflective (what I have) or a red tortoise with an orange reflective coating. I prefer this one, but I am planning on going back to buy the black ones, too. I prefer sunglasses where people can't see your eyes through them, the darker the better, too. I was told my eye doctor that my eyes absorb more light that most people's eyes do. Partially because of my eye color. I haven't met anyone who has had such a problem. I literally feel blinded by the sun when I'm not wearing sunglasses. And living in Arizona requires sunglasses (it really should be a requirement to be a resident).

These glasses are $39.95, and will cost extra for your prescription if you have one. If you don't like these, there are a large variety to choose from. They also have regular eyeglasses, too.

Check out the sunglasses I got from GlassesShop here.
Check out the other glasses they have to offer here.
and if you sign up for the mailing list you can get discounts sent to you often.
Try code GSHOT50. This gives you 50% off on eyeglasses and sunglasses with free lenses (sale frames excluded). 





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