A Four-Eyed Girl's Dream
This is the first post in a series I like to call Jocelyn Tries Things. In this series, I try the things I've always wanted to and I share those experiences with you. So needless to say, I tried something. I placed my first order with Warby Parker. Now for those who may not know, Warby Parker is an American-based brand that offers prescription eyewear online. The huge perk is that while you shop around for frames, you're able to add up to 5 styles to your cart and try them on at home for 5 days free of charge. Plus, the glasses start at $95 including prescription lenses. Yeah, you read that right. To a four-eyed girl like myself, that's music to my ears. And if that isn't enough, Warby Parker partners with non-profits to ensure that for every pair of glasses sold, a pair is donated to someone in need. That's a socially-responsible company I can get behind.
So after I picked out 5 styles and clicked that "check out" button, I acted like any other patient human being and began tracking my package to see if it was on its way yet. I eventually came to my senses, developed some patience, and went about life. And a few days later, my glasses were delivered!
Well, the moment has finally arrived to unbox these beauties. I picked out 5 pairs and narrowed down my top 3 favorites. I thought it would be helpful if I broke it down and listed out why these 3 pairs made it onto my list. I think I know which ones I want, but I would love a second opinion. So feel free to leave a comment and let me know which ones you think are keepers!
The Chelsea frames are slightly rounded and flatter a medium-width face. I am a big fan of the cool, pinkish tones.
The Caspar frames in Rose Water are stylish and fun. I love that they sit right below my brows and allow my skin-tone to tint the blush-hued frames.