About My Glasses

April 25, 2018

Fashion, Lifestyle

Over the course of the last couple years, I’ve received about 500 questions about my glasses, whether that’s from people online or people I see when I’m out and about. (I can almost guarantee that I’ll get asked about them by at least 1 person when I’m out.) I’m pretty sure all of that requires a blog post.

(If you can tell what book is in these photos, you’re awesome. This is one of my favorite stories from this book, and I didn’t even realize I was on those pages until I was editing these pics.)

While the original style of my frames is no longer sold anywhere, I’ll link an almost identical pair below:


These are from the Maker Edition by Warby Parker. I was so excited to show off this collection, mostly since it’s all about something that I love supporting: the artist.

“For our newest made-in-Japan collection, we’re turning—and deservingly so—the focus back to the makers. The level of craftsmanship has never been higher.
Each titanium frame is precision-welded by hand and entirely hand-finished, with custom tooling to get the dimensions and details just right.”
I like to think of my glasses as more of an accessory instead of something that’s only purpose is to fix an impairment I have. Trust me, I’ve had some UGLY glasses in my 10+ years of glasses wearing, and I wish that glasses this cute would’ve existed when my 6th grade self was told that my vision sucked and I had to become a 4-eyes.
These glasses are so high quality, and they’re so gorgeous. If you’ve been wanting to invest in a new pair of specs, try Warby Parker! Through their home try-on feature, you can have 5 pairs of glasses sent to your house for free to try before you decide on a pair.
It’s actually almost time for me to get a new pair. Which ones should I get? Which ones are your favorite?



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