I've been a glasses wearer for a long time.
Sometimes it feels like forever.
For years I was less than happy about this need to remember to wear glasses and would often forget. Part of this is because my eyesight isn't so bad that I need to wear glasses in order to function; I mostly need them for activities like driving where objects in the distance are important. (Something I'm thankful for, but that didn't help me in remembering to wear them.)
Last year, I decided to start having more fun with my glasses. I'm honestly terrible at remembering to accessorize, but I have finally learned to remember my glasses. As I got better at remembering, I also got bored with the same style every day. That's when I decided, why not embrace the glasses and get a few pairs in different styles and colors so that I can accessories to fit my mood and the occasion? (Maybe one day I'll learn to do that with my necklaces and bracelets, too.)
Enter Firmoo. Firmoo has lots of glasses in different shapes, styles and colors and all of them are at amazing, affordable prices. They even offer a first time customer discount of 15% off! It makes it even easier to start a small collection.
Firmoo will even add a basic prescription to your glasses at no extra cost, with the ability to add things like anti-scratch coating very affordably. You will need your glasses prescription from your doctor, and be sure to get them to measure your PD. If you have a current pair of glasses, I also recommend measuring the frame and comparing it to the pair you're considering ordering. Since you can't try the glasses on in person, this is the easiest way to gauge how the new pair is going to fit.
With new pairs arriving all the time, you are sure to find a style that you love - or a style you wouldn't be brave enough to try at a more expensive price! With how often I wear glasses these days, I know I love having a few options to choose between!
Are you a glasses wearer? Do you keep it simple and just have one pair that you love or are you starting a small collection, too?