Wild for Warby Parker

If you know anything about me, you know I love glasses — especially sunnies.

That’s why I was excited to try Warby Parker.

I’ll admit… I was a smidge nervous about ordering online since I was accustomed to going into an optometrist’s office for fittings. However, the process was painless.

So if you’re in the fence about placing an order, this post is for you.

Let’s start with the basics! What makes Warby different?

  • Glasses are designed in-house
  • 2.5 billion people need glasses but lack access to them. Warby Parker’s solution? For each pair sold, a pair is donated to someone in need.

As a lifetime fan of oversized frames, I went with the Rachel style. These wide lenses were created for the statement makers.

Featuring square-round off lenses and made from hand-polished acetate, these glasses were built to last.

I opted for prescription lenses, so naturally my sunnies were slightly higher in cost, but that’s to be expected. Anywhere.

When I placed my original order, I left out my Pupillary Distance. Katie from Warby Parker’s customer service team quickly stepped in and reached out telling me how to measure it with the app.

A day or so after, I received a notice that my glasses had shipped. I was stunned at the efficiency.

When my frames arrived, I was immediately in love. I have a strong prescription, and Altho it’s high-index, the scratch-resistant lenses were thin, yet sturdy.

Pricing starts at $95.

Oh, best part? You can do both digital and at-home try-on’s.

So to recap why you should purchase your next pair of glasses from Warby Parker:

  • Top tier customer service
  • Competitive pricing
  • Fast shipping
  • Fun variety of frames.

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