*Review: Sunglasses From GlassesShop.com
Hello lovely people,
A couple of weeks ago, I was contacted by GlassesShop.com asking me to try out one of their designer sunglasses and review it on my blog. Considering the fact that this is summer and I had been looking for sunglasses for a while now, I did not hesitate to take up the opportunity. These glasses were sent to me for free but this review is based on my very honest opinion.
Before jumping into the review, I would like to talk a bit about the website and what they have to offer. If you are looking for where to find designer glasses online, then GlassesShop.com might be worth checking out. They have a variety of collections including reading glasses as well as vintage, cat eye and tortoise eyeglasses. They also sell clip on sunglasses and prescription sunglasses too.
When I went on the website, it took me a while to actually make a decision as there were so many cute designs on there. As some of you may know I am not a very big fan of the colour black so I was looking at some other colours. I was torn between the Monica Square sunglasses in purple and the Lauren Square multicolour sunglasses. I finally decided to go for the Monica Square sunglasses because they looked really classy to me and I am also really starting to love the colour purple.
The sunglasses came very well packaged and also in this black protective case which makes it very easy to throw in my bag and carry around.
The sunglasses came wrapped up in its cleaning cloth with the logo GlassesShop.com written on it.
My very first impression of the sunglasses when I saw it was that it looked exactly like it was on the website and it was exactly what I was expecting.
It is made of plastic and I really like the frame design and the purple colour. The colour isn't too bright and it's not too dark either so that was a plus for me. You can also tell from the logo on the lens that this is the swarovki design.
One of the things that attracted me to these glasses were the cute ornaments on the side and I thought they made the glasses look a bit more unique.
I have owned so many cheap sunglasses in the past but never designer sunglasses and I have to say that they do look and feel a lot different. You can definitely tell it is made of high quality plastic and they don't feel like the lens are going to fall off anytime soon. They also look really good on my planner :)
The only thing I didn't particularly like was the way the glasses looked on me. I felt as though they were a big too big for my face and so if I had to change anything about them, I would probably make them a bit smaller. That being said, I have to say that I do love these sunglasses and I probably will have to get used to the way it fits my face.
If you would love your very own designer or prescription sunglasses, you can get one on their website here. If you are one of those who are worried about the price like me, then fortunately, you can use the coupon code GSHOT50 to save 50% off on eyeglasses and sunglasses with free lenses.
What do you think of my pair of sunglasses?
Would you be getting one?
Please do let me know in the comments below.
Thanks for reading.
God bless :)