Well...it's finally happened. My eye doctor tells me that I need reading glasses. *sigh*
This wouldn't be as traumatic if I only read at home but I'll be out and about looking some kinda crazy trying to read something on a menu or something and it's become bothersome to say the least.
I spent the better part of an hour trying to find a pair of frames to no avail. I got some good ideas...but nothing jumped out at me.
Here are a few that were okay but just OKAY:
I really like the styles of this designer. Lafont. And I LOVE that their "name" is only on the inside of the frame and not emblazoned all along the side. I want them to be stylish, of course, but not all BOING LOOKA ME WITH MY FANCY FRAMES! I feel like I want my glasses to be simple in that aspect.
They are metal and have those nose things that I hate because they leave a print on my nose and I remember my father ALWAYS had a print on his nose and it brings back all kinds of weird memories when I see prints on sides of my nose like that when I wear sunglasses with those nose things and yes I know I have issues but yall already know I'm not working on them so there.
These were far more comfortable to me but I don't like the logo on the side. They are plastic and don't have those nose things. They felt like I was rocking a pair of sunglasses and after a few minutes I didn't even feel them on my face which is a good thing right?
So now I'm online looking at too much stuff like shape size of glasses for my face shape, etc. and getting overwhelmed. Robby is, of course, no help. He's all...the sooner you get them the sooner you can see again.
Old practical azz. UGH!
How old were you when YOU had to get glasses if you wear them. What shape is your face? What shape are your glasses? Are yours plastic or metal? Do you have those nose thingys? Any tips?