I have pretty good eyesight however when I was in college I started noticing it was hard to read road signs at night. While I still am able to read close up, I wear glasses for driving or if I have to read something projected on a screen across a room.
Finding glasses that fit me is something I’ve struggled with. Due to the shape of my face, glasses fall down the bridge of my nose or worse, they fall off completely if I happen to bend over. I had heard great things about Warby Parker so I decided to give them a try.
What I like about Warby Parker is you can pick 5 pairs of glasses to try on at home free of charge. Glasses start at $95 and are:
- Made from thin, light, impact-resistant polycarbonate
- Includes superhydrophobic, anti-reflective coating and scratch-resistant treatment
- Offers 100% UV protection
When buying glasses from my eye doctor, these are features that they usually charge extra for! On to my 5 choices. I was looking for a pair that would be on trend and compliment the shape of my face. I usually gravitate towards square frames, therefore the majority of the frames I picked were this shape.
Pair 1 – The Welty
Pair 2 – The Sims
Pair 3 – The Oliver
Pair 4 – The Laurel
Pair 5 – The Chamberlain
Help Me Decide!
I was impressed with the quality of the frames and all of the styles fit tightly on my face. Now that you’ve seen all 5 pairs, which pair do you like best? Or is there a style on Warby Parker’s site that you think that would fit me better than the 5 above? I would love to know your thoughts!