Ah, Dorothy Parker, will you confirm my worst fears?
If you follow my Twitter or are friends with me on Facebook then you will know (because I won't shut up about it) that I had my first eye exam ever last week and discovered that I'm nearsighted and have astigmatism which means glasses.
I was pretty close to picking out some Kate Spade specs at the glasses place, but I refrained in favor of trying out Warby Parker, both because I'm poor and because I like big nerdy-looking glasses (as most do). They probably won't be as good quality as the Kate Spade pair might have been (or maybe not? I don't really know what I'm talking about. Plus, B tells me that all the 'designer' glasses are manufactured by the same company so there's not really any difference. Seriously! The company is Luxxoitca, look at their brand list.), but I figured why not.
If you read or have ever read any blogs ever in any capacity, you know about Warby Parker's home-try on system (which, by the way, what a genius marketing idea. I don't think I'd even know about Warby Parker if I hadn't seen it on 1 zillion+ blogs).
SO, I turn to you once again, Internet, for help in the basic decision-making process. HELP ME CHOOSE MY GLASSES halp halp
Option #1: The Crosby in greystone
Option #2: The Sinclair in greystone
Option #3: The Preston in Sandalwood Matte (side note- I LOVE MATTE. I LOVE IT. SO MUCH.)
Option #4: The Tenley in burgundy fade
Option #5: The Begley in greystone
Please tell me which you prefer (if you care?).
I don't know, they're all fairly similar. The only ones that don't swallow my face whole are #s 2 and 3, I think. I'm partial to the Prestons (option #3 because of the color and because they're matte and because they're not borderline costumey and ridiculously huge, which I think some of the others are). I also like the Sinclair, but I think they look slightly clunkier on my face in person than they do in the photo. I like all of them though! I do!
*update- I went with #3- the Preston in sandalwood matte. Here I am, wearing them!