Everyone knows that buying glasses online is significantly cheaper than at the optometrists' or at any brick and mortar eyewear retailer. Yet, many are still a bit apprehensive because they're not sure how something as personal as a pair of glasses will actually fit.
For those people we bring the Virtual Mirror. It's just like a mirror but you can use it on your computer or mobile device.
Making Sure The Frames Fit
In the past, buying glasses online meant taking a risk. Nowadays, with the feature of the Virtual Mirror, you can find out whether the frames you want look good on you or not before buying them, without even leaving your house.
Getting a new pair of frames doesn’t need to be a costly experience. Just by going online and shunning your traditional brick-and-mortar store you can save a pretty penny. And with that “same quality for less money” state of mind, we figured these 8 frames, all costing under $80 and include single-vision prescription lenses as well as free shipping, are something you’ll find very interesting.
A full-rimmed classic wayframe that never goes out of style, the Academy frames feature bulky arms with a retro design and a smooth matte finish. The perfect eyewear companion for any occasion. It is also available in tortoise and brown.
If you’re not familiar with this quote, it belongs to Aldo Gucci, the son of Guccio Gucci, the founder of The Fashion House of Gucci.
A name that is now synonymous with Italian luxury worldwide, the Gucci brand is actually rooted in humble beginnings. Inspired by the luggage of elegant upper class guests at the Savoy in London, a young Guccio returned to his birthplace of Florence and founded the House of Gucci in 1920. Starting out as a small family business, Gucci established his reputation with high-quality leather goods, crafted by the finest craftsmen in a city famous for them, putting a special emphasis on the product’s finishing.
In the coming years the company expanded to other cities in Italy and eventually, across the globe. In 1953, the first Gucci store opened in New York City, helping establish the company as a leader in fashion and making “Made in Italy” a staple of quality . During that time Aldo Gucci took over as chairman and the House of Gucci became a universally accepted status symbol following Roberto Rossellini's 1954 film "Viaggio in Italia" (Journey to Italy), where Ingrid Bergman had a Gucci bamboo handbag on her arm.
The company expanded its production line and began crafting more and more accessories during the 1960s and 70s, including eyewear. Gucci quickly became a must-need accessory for movie stars, who eagerly posed with the brand’s clothing, accessories and footwear and adorned the world’s most prestigious magazine covers. Gucci products became among the most copied in the world, famous for their distinctive lines and the Gucci double-G logo.
A trend setter for high-fashion in the second half of the 20th century, Gucci remains an inspiration and an influence on lifestyle, with a sophisticated blend of contemporary and romantic, representing the pinnacle of Italian craftsmanship, material quality and attention to detail. Gucci glasses are no exception, crafted with the same standards and attention to aesthetic that have accompanied Gucci throughout the years.
GlassesUSA.com is proud to present it’s growing collection of Gucci frames, ranging a variety of styles and colors that continue a tradition in eyewear fashion excellence.
It’s no secret that shopping for frames online can save you a lot of money. But only 5% of the glasses in the United States are purchased online. People are unaware of the full range of advantages online shopping presents them with.
Keep reading, and find out the top 7 reasons why you should be buying your glasses through online retailers.
Between rent, shipping and production costs, it’s no wonder the average markup for frames in brick-and-mortar stores is 250%. Online retailers cut back on all these costs by using their own in-house laboratories, which means you save a lot of money when shopping for frames online.
GlassesPrynneshop is changing the way people buy glasses and helping them keep more money in their pockets.
If you wear glasses like 60% of the population you must be finding it really annoying to dish out hundreds of dollars on a pair of prescription glasses at your local retailer. You would probably find it annoying if you knew that brick and mortar stores were making a 500-600% mark-up on each and every frame it was selling. We're sorry to be the bearers of such bad news, but these stores are responsible for inflating the price of prescription eyewear.
Fortunately, there is also some good news... The Internet has changed the retail game for good. It allows retailers to avoid the exorbitant overhead of rent, staff, insurance and so on and so forth. With this premise in mind, GlassesPrynneshop was created back in 2006. Built on the philosophy that customers have the right to not overpay on such a basic thing as prescription eyewear and by going exclusively online, GlassesPrynneshop has eliminated all the unnecessary overhead and can deliver the same product at a fraction of the cost. Prescription glasses that once cost hundreds of dollars are now being sold for prices starting at $24.
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