This seems like the age old question when it comes to selecting reading glasses. My opinion is that it really comes down to personal preference. While there are some specific differences, for me it is more about the differences in look and style.
For years we have been telling our customers that putting reading glasses on their head was a bad thing because they would stretch out the frame. Now, with the creation of Lookie Lous, we can start letting people know that it is OK, in fact, it is encouraged.
Looking to keep your reading glasses collection fresh and up to date? Here’s our picks for the top reading glasses trends this season.
At some point we all realize we need some help with the small print. It usually creeps up on us at some point in our 40’s, when we start to say things like: Why is news print so small these days, or why are the labels on products made with such small print?
Most live in denial for a while, then we come to grips with it and realize that we are there: We have hit that stage in life where reading glasses are a must.
Here are 5 quick tips to keep in mind when you are buying your first pair of reading glasses:
We dudes often get accused of having bad style. Well, okay, that might be true sometimes but we can all at least fake it a little! We'll even help you out a bit here so you can fool all of those important people in your life into thinking you've finally figured out how to dress yourself. Here are some of the hottest trends in men's reading glasses so you can be stylish!
Aging baby boomers have been the people fueling the growth the sales of non-prescription reading glasses, transforming the category from being functional products to a product that is driven by style. Baby boomers are fashion conscious and are aware of the many options when it comes to accessories. Style has become an important factor in creating each and every outfit.
If you're not having enough problems making decisions in your old age already, we've decided to make it even harder for you. Did you know that there are different types of reading glasses available? Sure, they all add visual interest to your face and help you see, but the categories of glasses go beyond that.