NOTE: I received a free pair of eyeglassess from GlassesShop.com in exchange for blogging a review of my experience. All opinions expressed herein are my own. This post may contain “affiliate links.” This means if you click on the link and purchase the item, I receive an affiliate commission.
For those of you that are not aware, I’m obsessed with having tons of different of eyeglasses. So, I jumped at the chance to do a review of GlassesShop.com and they sent me a free pair of the cutest prescription glasses. Do you love them much as I do?
These frames in particular would be awesome for anyone whose prescription is too strong too allow them to order semi-rimless frames. The thick clear bottom half of these blend right into the lens and definitely look semi-rimless!
If these lenses are not your style, the website has lots of other cute frame styles to choose from. You can upload a picture onto the website and try the different frames on, too! The entire process was super easy and comparable to other sites I have ordered from. Shipping was quick on the single pair I ordered and my glasses arrived really fast! They came in a plastic case with a lens cleaning cloth included. If you have never ordered glasses online, I highly recommend you give it a try. It is so much less expensive than ordering locally. Be sure to remember that in addition to your regular prescription information, you will need to have your PD number as well. That’s all you should need to get started! You can get more than just glasses too… be sure to check out all the different prescription sunglasses they offer as well!
Interested in trying them out? Just to use the coupon code GSHOT50 to get 50% off your glasses order – with free lenses (sale frames excluded).
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