Tuesday, February 28, 2012

GlassesUSA Review

As far as glasses go, I was kind of late to the game. When I had Bridget, I started to notice that digital clocks from across the room and street signs at night appeared blurry. I didn’t necessarily need glasses, but they were nice to have, for instance, when I was driving somewhere new at night and needed to read signs.

Last year, I bought a very practical pair of glasses that look nice on my face; but since then, I’ve been wanting to buy glasses that were a more fun option, too.

I spent way too much time playing with GlassesUSA’s Try-It Virtual Mirror feature and must’ve tried each pair of eyeglasses three times or more. Each time, I kept coming back to two styles:

Occhiali 3166

Product Description: Want to look more studious without looking like a book worm? Occhiali 3166 are the best glasses online to help you achieve that! These full frame glasses come in a nice, deep cherry wood hued exterior that adds warmth, while the muted green interior adds a unique contrast. The rectangular lenses add a certain geek chic quality to these frames which are balanced by the classic structure of the frame.

iSee 716

Product Description: Feminine and classically styled with a hint of elegance, iSee 716 glasses are the epitome of style! These black plastic frames are quite lady like, especially with the unique metal detail at the temple that's topped off with a rhinestone for a luxurious feel. Step into something more indulgent!

Besides the virtual mirror, another aspect I liked about the GlassesUSA.com site were the fun product descriptions, which actually did influence my two favorites. Through the product descriptions, I learned that another style I was looking at was a popular one with young boys, so I ruled that one out right there.

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Fine Print: I was compensated for this post, but all opinions are my own.

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