Disclaimer: I was provided with free eyeglasses from Firmoo in exchange for this post. All ideas and observations are my own.
A few weeks ago, I was contacted by Firmoo and asked if I’d like to try a pair of their eyeglasses. After poking around the website, I said “yes”. Afterall, I wear glasses and I like to think I’m pretty stylish.
Obviously, the person pictured is not me…
Normally, I would’ve taken pictures of myself for this review but I decided to photograph my daughter. As many of you know, The Hubs and I will be moving to Georgia in less than a month and my daughter and son will be staying in Missouri.
For years, she’s let me practice my photography on her, so I thought it’d be fun to do a final session for my blog with these totally funky glasses.
I chose a cat eye wood-look plastic frame in graphite. They’re a discontinued model, but if you type in “cat eye” you can find similar frames. At first, I wasn’t sure about the matte finish but after seeing them on my daughter, I thought they actually looked better than they would if they were glossy. Especially since they’re supposed to look like they’re made of wood. They really do have a woodsy feel to them – slightly textured, without being uncomfortable or weird looking.
Ordering the glasses was very easy. I went to the website, clicked on the “Women’s Selection”, and started searching for something cute, quirky, and fun. You can search in a variety of ways, including: shape, material, or frame shape. You can also have your prescription put into the frames. I have an incredibly high script, so this wasn’t an option for me, but you can take the frames to your local optical shop and have it done. There’s also a handy little tool that allows you to try on the frames vitually.
What I like about Firmoo:
- wide selection of incredibly stylish frames
- shipping is quick
- comes with a handy little glasses repair kit, cleaning cloth, and hard case
I’d recommend ordering from Firmoo if you want to make a stylish statement without paying a small fortune.
Do you wear eyeglasses? Are they for fun or function?