Websites for sore eyes: Shopping for glasses online
Warby Parker has become synonymous with stylish glasses you purchase online as they are one of the first companies to offer the service.
There's a wide variety of on trend frames that start at 95 dollars, prescription lenses included.
Order five pairs you like online, and when they arrive at your home, you have five days to pick a pair that suits you.
And for every pair purchased the company will donate money for a partner organization to provide glasses to someone in need.
Somewhere to Darby Parker are Bonlook, Classics Specs, and Ozeal.
If you'd like to eliminate the in person try on process completely, check out Lookmatic and Eyefly.
Both website over virtual try on services where you upload a photo of yourself or take one with your webcam and then superimpose different frames.
Finally, contact lens wearers shouldn't feel left out.
Websites like Coastal, VisionDirect, and lensdiscounters are good places to start.
And there's always Pinky Paradise, if you're after that anime or colored lens look.
In San Francisco, I'm Cara Suboy, CNET.com for CBS news.
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