Wednesday, May 18, 2016
It was really a smooth process, and makes you wonder why prescription glasses have to cost a fortune. These were $100 without eye insurance (I do have it, I just chose not to use it). Prescription sunglasses are a bit pricier, so it might be wise to go the traditional prescription route for the sunglasses. A rando stranger complimented me on my Marshall glasses, so I guess that's a win?
I just wish they had adjustable nose pieces. These all-plastic glasses always slip down my nose all day long.
Bonus: Warby Parker donates a chunk of money to eyeglass distribution/charities for those in need, for every pair purchased.