35 Before 35 ~ Get new glasses

Every year I make a list of things I’d like to achieve before my next birthday, and every year I fail to tick off at least 75% of them. I’m notoriously rubbish at them, but I just like making the lists, and giving it a go. And then it gets to a week before my birthday, and I realise that I have ticked some things off, but completely forgotten to blog about them.

So here we are again; my birthday is on Sunday and I’m blogging frantically! One thing that I put on the list as a way to try and motivate me to actually do, was to get new glasses. I’ve needed to get my eyes tested for ages, but have put it off again and again, before finally heading along to Boots in March.

Once I had a new prescription, I started looking for new glasses. I never buy from opticians anymore, because their glasses are just too darn expensive. So I always take a look at a variety of online glasses retailers, to see if anything takes my fancy.

Glasses

I ended up buying from a company called Glasseslit, because I spotted these particular glasses in a sponsored Instagram post (Instagram, you know what you’re doing). Glasseslit are based in Asia, and offer some really competitive prices. My glasses took a long time to come, but this was due to my prescription, and I have to say, the customer service has been second to none. They answer queries really quickly, and have been really helpful.

I LOVE these glasses. They are big and obnoxious, but I just feel like they suit me, and I think they are most excellent. I recently worked at a big work event, processing people coming through the doors, and I got quite a few comments about my glasses (all positive of course – would anyone be mean enough to say anything nasty?).

I’m already in the market for another pair of glasses, simply because I like to have a lot of choice, but I think I’ll be hard pressed to find another pair that I like as much as these.

In case you’re interested, the frames that I chose are called Ansel, but they appear to no longer be available to purchase. However, the Josie frames are very similar, though slightly different colours, and are a bargainous $9.90.

7. Get new glasses

 

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