5 Fly Frames: A Warby Parker Review
Not many people know that I'm actually blind as a bat. Alright, my eyesight isn't *that* terrible but I still need glasses to drive/ read afar due to my nearsightedness. I honestly would be better off if I wore prescription glasses on a daily basis. I can't tell you how many times my vision failed me in recognizing someone I knew in public and how badly I felt for not saying hi to them as a result (And if you were that person, I'm sorry!). But anyways, I am long overdue for a new pair of glasses since my current 7 year old ones look like they've been dropped too many times (spoiler: they have). On my quest to find the perfect frames I decided to try out Warby Parker's Home Try-On program. Rather than wasting precious time and money on buying and returning disliked glasses on other sites, Warby Parker's service allows you to try out 5 frames for 5 days with no charge whatsoever. After the 5 days are over, all you gotta do is send the box back with the prepaid return label- super simple! In less than a week my frames were waiting for me to give them a go. I was surprised by how simultaneously lightweight and durable they were which is not an easy balance to strike. Choosing 5 to test out was difficult for an indecisive person like me since they carry such a wide variety of gorgeous eyeglasses and sunglasses. Here are the ones that caught my eye the most:
"Where is the last look?" you may be questioning. Look number 5 starring these "Tucker" frames will be featured in my next blogpost so keep your eyes peeled!
I'm curious to hear which frames you guys liked the best so feel free to comment your favorite ones below. 🕶️✨