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Top 3 Eyeglasses and Sunglasses for your buck and great style

Updated on May 21, 2014

I've been wearing glasses since I was in kindergarten so I've explored the world of prescription and non-prescription glasses well in my short time alive. I always loved getting new sunglasses whether I needed them or not because they are so cute. The prices are not always pocket friendly unless you get a sale like this, so you want to make sure you are in love with them and they can last you as long as you need them. Some styles and brands I like over others but these 3 are definitely my top favorite in style and quality!

1. Ray Ban

Nothing is more classic than a pair of Ray Ban glasses. They are iconic with it's signature aviator shape that has been cloned throughout the market. They are timeless and go with just about anything. You will never have to worry about quality when it comes to these things. They come in both prescription and non-prescription so anyone can sport a pair.

2. Club Monaco

I consider these a great substitute to Ray Bans. Actually, Club Monaco glasses hold their own. I had a pair before my first Ray Bans and loved them. The only reason I no longer have them is because I lost them. When I went back for a new pair unfortunately they were no longer being carried there so I had to part ways with the club. They come in various styles and some really nice colors as well as some classic looks like Ray Bans.

3. Michael Kors

Some of the best tortoise shell glasses ever! These things are hands down some of the most durable glasses I have ever placed on my face. I don't exactly torture glasses but I do like to have a pair I can knock around anywhere or have ready in the car or somewhere else for backup. I have had a pair for at least 5 years and they still look brand new.

One thing to keep in mind when getting your glasses is you can always keep the frame and swap out the lenses. If you get a great pair like one of these, you'll have style and options for years and possibly decades to come!


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    • Breatheeasy3 profile image


      5 years ago from USA

      I've been wearing glasses since young too, and I mean the thick coke bottle kinds, but my step-father took a hammer and crushed them into a million pieces. Said I would be dependent on them and didn't really need them. Well, his madness had a crazy method to it because I actually don't need them and haven't worn any til this day


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