You know me...I live for summertime! There is so much to do and explore in my area. Whether you decide to take a lazy beach day with some friends, or attend one of the many festivals life has to offer, Charleston has a lot to offer.
The warm weather beckons you to come out and enjoy. However, the suns blaring rays can be detrimental to your eyes, so protecting them is a must.
I am a sucker for a nice pair of sunnies and cuteness is a must. That's why I was so excited when Warby Parker approached me to try out some of their frames. They offer affordable, prescription eyewearand sunglasses starting at $95.
One thing that I really like about Warby Parker is their Home Try-On Program. You get to pick five pairs of glasses or sunglasses to try out for five days. This way you can try before you buy. This is great because I must see how the frames look on my face before I buy. There's no one size fits all here. If you decide to buy, you just go online and click the pair you wish to order and they are yours. There is no hassle to buy anything. Just return all the frames in the same packaging with the prepaid return slip and you are done.
I decided to do the Home Try On program and was amazed with all the designs to choose from. Now, there were a few that were not available for home try on, which was a bummer. So I chose a couple that I liked for me...
and decided to chose the other three in male frames for my sons to try on.
I must say that we loved the frames! Raglan won out over June, but I love the shape and style of both. June was just a little too snug on my face. What do you think?
Ragland ended up being my choice for the day and it came in handy since I was attending an outdoor wedding.
The boys enjoyed their frames as well. Which pair do you like best?
*This is not a sponsored post. I was contacted by Warby Parker and agreed to review styles from their #SeeSummerBetter Collection. All opinions are my own.
Are you in need of new glasses or sunglasses? Have you ever tried Warby Parker? Which frames did you like best?