I’ve had glasses since 6th grade. Sometimes I wear glasses, most of the time I wear contacts. I heard way too much about Warby Parker to not try them out. They offer a home try-on and I was pretty impressed with the whole process. Onto my review!
Top: Percey & Chelsea
Bottom: Durand, Coley & Keene
Warby Parker home try-on lets you pick out five pairs of glasses and have them sent to your house. You have a week to try them on, take pics, get feedback and then you send ’em back! It was nice to be able to try them on at home and avoid the whole thing where a stranger awkwardly tells you which glasses you should pick and other people in the store stare at you thing.
I ordered them and received them in a week and the process was really easy! They’re fairly inexpensive, starting at $95 for lenses and frames. Also, Warby Parker partners with non-profits so for each pair of glasses sold, a pair is given to someone in need. Inexpensive, good quality, and helping those in need? No-brainer for me. If you’re in the market for some new, on-trend glasses, I definitely recommend giving Warby Parker a try!
p.s. I chose the top left pair, Percey in Striped Sassafras. Have to admit, I really kinda love them!