Jeepers Creepers

May I ask where you got your glasses?

That's all I've been looking at lately are frames.
Yessiree, it's that time again!

I pretty much walk around in all my readers now.
On my head, on my shirt, on my nose.
 Forget about doing any sort of anything without them!
I just spent a week re-painting and installing custom shelving in the laundry room, that's where I've been hiding out lately. 

It's all fresh & clean & pretty.
Unfortunately, the washer has resigned from washing.
Honestly, I give!

So here I sit. 
I've practically scooted my computer screen into my lap and I'm searching.
Searching for front loaders & frames.
Oh my!
Have you seen what front loaders cost these days?

Back to frames.
I've always liked Oliver Peoples

Their ad campaign is showing off some pretty nifty styles.

I spotted one of my cousin's adorable daughters on facebook sporting this classic pair! Tori looks stylish in pretty much anything!

Me, I've always played it safe.
You know - Tina Fey style.

But I'm getting a bit tired of playing it safe!

Warby Parker
 to the rescue!

Warby Parker has 27 vintage-inspired prescription glasses with a high-end look and a budget price under $100 buckaroos!
(Remember I'm also looking for front loaders)

"The Warby Parker aesthetic is vintage-inspired, with a fashion-forward twist - and every pair is custom fit with anti-reflective, polycarbonate prescription lenses."
Warby Parker 

Here's the neat thing. A pair costs just $95 (including shipping). If you’re not satisfied, return them for a refund.

They'll even send you up to 5 pairs of glasses to try on at home for 5 days free, they include a pre-paid return shipping label to send them back to Warby Parker with no obligation to buy.

Here's the really, really neat thing.
 Warby Parker donates eyeglasses to someone in need for every pair sold.

"Warby Parker partners with renowned non-profits, such as RestoringVision.org, to deliver one pair of glasses to someone in need for every pair that we sell. In doing so, we enable you to share the gift of vision with someone who can’t see today and give them the opportunity to read, to work and to live a fuller life". 
Warby Parker 

I like that.
Meanwhile, my other search continues.