I should get a prize for holding out as long as I did. I’ve snuck by the last few years with dinky readers from the bookstore, but finally, when the horizon started to get all wonky when I drove, I knew I was either near death, or I needed real prescription glasses.
I went ahead and endured the ophthalmology maddening game of, “which looks better, 1 or 2, 1 or 2, 1 or 2?” -— How am I supposed to know? It looks great here in the office, but out in your parking lot, I walked into a tree!
I was rather frustrated about how much I had to pay, and was just getting accustomed to the new glasses, when it dawned on me — now I needed new sunglasses too! My entire world was being rocked! I love to work and read outside, and especially with a computer screen, good sunglasses are a must!
That’s when I found the nice people at Discount Glasses.com (discountglasses.com) who heard my cries and came to my aid. After a quick look at their website, I easily found a pair of aviator style sunglasses that caught my attention.
discountglasses.com bases their labs in the United States (USA! USA!), so they are one of the few eyeglass providers who have the capability to ship overnight to most locations. Not only that, but in addition to low prices (starting at $29 for a complete pair of frames), they also offer free shipping in the USA and Canada!
Look how adorable their choice of frames are — brands like Lunettos, Adjective, and even a special line for children called Picklez. Cute!
A sensitive eye kit is one of the many accessories Discount Glasses has for your peepers.
Discountglasses.com helps the little tykes love their glasses by sending stickers of Picklez the puppy to help them feel comfortable about wearing glasses. Isn’t that sweet?
Ordering was simple, and within a few days, my prescription sunglasses were mailed right to me.
My issue with wearing glasses is having to be stuck with only one style — I mean, do we only have one pair of shoes? (ba-hahaha)! Seriously though, by ordering from discoutglasses.com, it’s affordable to be able to shake it up and get an entire wardrobe of cool, hip, sassy, serious and of course . . . highly intellectual looks!
How about a pair of red prescription swim goggles? They’ve got those too! I think I’ll get a pair like this to look speedy in the pool . . . and to keep me from swimming into the wall (Not that it’s happened or anything . . . cough, cough).
Here’s a cute accessory case on their site I can fill with all my new glasses! It’s only $39.95! Can you believe it?
It was so easy to order my sunglasses, and I promise you, they fit even BETTER than the expensive original pair I had personally fitted at the Dr.’s office. So much so, that I’m planning on getting a second pair of regular glasses from discountglasses.com for everyday wear. Then another for every Thursday wear. Then I’ll get Friday, Saturday . . .
The moral of this story is, don’t be stuck with only one look. Spice up your adorable, one-of-a-kind face, and treat yourself to a new pair of glasses. Click HERE to visit the Discountglasses.com to see their cute styles and low prices for yourself!
This was a sponsored post, but as always, I’ll only speak the truth and feature things that really may be of use to my readers!
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