The Clear Advantage to Online Glasses Shopping

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The negative connotations of glasses are gone. You want proof? People who don’t even need corrective lenses are buying designer frames with clear, non prescription glass, for no other reason than they like the look of them. That’s all the proof you need. And there’s good news for everyone, prescription or not: buying eyeglasses online has never been easier.

The range of styles available online is far greater than anything you’ll find in any physical store. And oftentimes, physical stores are limited even in the brands they do carry. But buying your eyeglasses online means you’ll be able to select from premium styles from some of the biggest names in eyewear design—Gucci, Ray-Ban, Oakley, Prada… the list goes on and on.

Understandably, the traditional “walk in and find your frame” concept can be a tricky one to abandon. After all, how can you possibly find the right glasses for your face if you can’t try them on first? The answer? Virtual “try on” applications. You can see what you look like in any number of different styles, shapes, and colors, all from the comfort of your home computer desk. The technology is so effective that over 95% of people who purchase eyeglasses online are completely satisfied, even though they never actually got to try on their new glasses until they arrived in the mail.

Your glasses play a huge role in your first impression. Make sure they say what you want them to say. Shopping for eyeglasses online gives you access to thousands of options you won’t find in any one store, so you can find that perfect pair that is inarguably, unequivocally, simply… you. Learn more about this topic here: www.framesdirect.com

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Comments (14)

  • Andy Bennett

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    Ha! That reminds me of an old George Carlin bit: “It is impossible to accurately tell how you look in sunglasses.” Online tech sort of shoots all kinds of holes in that, though.

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  • Phillip Murray

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    Ha! That reminds me of an old George Carlin bit: “It is impossible to accurately tell how you look in sunglasses.” Online tech sort of shoots all kinds of holes in that, though.

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  • Elizabeth Cummings

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    Ha! That reminds me of an old George Carlin bit: “It is impossible to accurately tell how you look in sunglasses.” Online tech sort of shoots all kinds of holes in that, though.

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  • Arianna Dawson

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    Ha! That reminds me of an old George Carlin bit: “It is impossible to accurately tell how you look in sunglasses.” Online tech sort of shoots all kinds of holes in that, though.

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  • Ryan Hudson

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    Ha! That reminds me of an old George Carlin bit: “It is impossible to accurately tell how you look in sunglasses.” Online tech sort of shoots all kinds of holes in that, though.

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  • Ashley Salazar

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    Ha! That reminds me of an old George Carlin bit: “It is impossible to accurately tell how you look in sunglasses.” Online tech sort of shoots all kinds of holes in that, though.

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  • Jordan Stanley

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    Ha! That reminds me of an old George Carlin bit: “It is impossible to accurately tell how you look in sunglasses.” Online tech sort of shoots all kinds of holes in that, though.

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  • Harold Parks

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    Ha! That reminds me of an old George Carlin bit: “It is impossible to accurately tell how you look in sunglasses.” Online tech sort of shoots all kinds of holes in that, though.

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  • Steven Tucker

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    Ha! That reminds me of an old George Carlin bit: “It is impossible to accurately tell how you look in sunglasses.” Online tech sort of shoots all kinds of holes in that, though.

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  • Carlos Caldwell

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    Ha! That reminds me of an old George Carlin bit: “It is impossible to accurately tell how you look in sunglasses.” Online tech sort of shoots all kinds of holes in that, though.

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  • Madelyn Hale

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    Ha! That reminds me of an old George Carlin bit: “It is impossible to accurately tell how you look in sunglasses.” Online tech sort of shoots all kinds of holes in that, though.

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  • Laura Barnett

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    Ha! That reminds me of an old George Carlin bit: “It is impossible to accurately tell how you look in sunglasses.” Online tech sort of shoots all kinds of holes in that, though.

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  • Luis Hall

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    Ha! That reminds me of an old George Carlin bit: “It is impossible to accurately tell how you look in sunglasses.” Online tech sort of shoots all kinds of holes in that, though.

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  • Ivan Ferguson

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    Ha! That reminds me of an old George Carlin bit: “It is impossible to accurately tell how you look in sunglasses.” Online tech sort of shoots all kinds of holes in that, though.

    Reply

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