Although parts of the world are still extremely cold right now during these last months of winter, Spring 2016 is steadily approaching. The springtime brings about a lot of sunshine and new style. Every year introduces new fashion trends, and one major accessory is eyewear. Whether it’s sunglasses for the beach or your eyeglasses that you wear for work or school, be sure to stay up to date on the latest trends.
Do you ever have problems wearing your glasses in the sunlight? If you want to maintain excellent vision while avoiding a glare from the sun, you should consider prescription sunglasses. Many people are not aware that you can have sunglasses with your prescription lenses in them, but you certainly can. This will allow you to continue seeing clearly even when the sun is out.
When will I use them?
One of the most important times to own of pair of prescription sunglasses is when driving. Sun glare is a major problem that causes a lot of accidents on the roadways. Therefore, if you don’t wear eyeglasses, you are perfectly fine with your regular sunglasses. However, if you’re a person who does wear glasses, and needs them for driving, you are faced with a dilemma. Do you wear your regular eyeglasses, which help your vision, or do you shade your eyes from the sun glare by wearing your sunglasses? The best way to solve this problem is to have both in one pair of glasses! Owning a pair of sunglasses that have your prescription to help you see clearly is more beneficial than you think. Furthermore, you can bring your sunglasses to other leisure activities such as going to the beach or a sporting event.
Can I Afford Them?
One of the more common concerns that people have with prescription sunglasses is the expense. We pride ourselves in offering glasses that are comfortable, stylish and affordable.39DollarGlasses.com offers a wide variety of sunglasses with various types of lenses and frames. Some prefer the rimless frames, which give off more of a regular eyeglasses look with tinted lenses. Yet, others prefer a larger frame such as aviators or our vast variety of plastic sunglasses. Bifocal and progressive lenses are also included in our selection of sunglasses. Whether you out at the beach, driving on the highway or enjoying some fun in the sun, you always want to be comfortable and prepared! Owning your own pair will help you avoid these types of conflicts by wearing glasses that are stylish, maintain your vision and shield your eyes from the sun all at once.
With so many glasses styles to choose from, it can be hard to pick out your favorite. It can be even harder to find the glasses style that works best for your face shape. For help finding the perfect frame check out our guide.
An oval face has balanced features, with a chin that tapers to be slightly narrower than the forehead. The most versatile face shape, oval faces look great in most glasses styles. We recommend sticking to a classic wayfarer style that will compliment an oval face’s balanced features.
Round face shapes can be described as having a rounder chin and fuller cheeks in which the width and length of the face is nearly equal. To compliment a round face try glasses with an angular shape, such as rectangle eyeglasses frames, which will help to sharpen features.
Angular features such as a strong jawline, prominent cheekbones, and a wide forehead define square face shapes. Rounded or oval eyeglasses frames will soften features and are the perfect compliment to square face shapes.
People with heart shaped faces have features that include a wider forehead, a pointed chin, and high cheekbones. The best glasses for heart shaped faces are bolder styles. Because a heart shaped face narrows near the lower portion of the face, people with this face shape should avoid semi-rimless styles. Instead, choose bolder glasses to help balance out features.
Regardless of your face shape, the most important thing is for you to choose the glasses that you feel best in!