Whist visiting my brother Robbie Kay in Toronto, Canada, my glasses literally split into two. I am not even sure how this happened I was playing with them while on Skype and boom no more glasses. They were quite old ones from Jai Kudo but they served me well.
It’s hard looking for the perfect pair of glasses I use mine for long distance, such as watching the TV or generally seeing signs that are a few meters away so this was an urgent situation and I only just realised how much I rely on my glasses. Smart Buy Glasses were at hand with 1,000s of pairs of designer glasses, a virtual try on simulator and the prices were pretty insane compared to the high street.
After scrolling through tons of different designs from Versace, Gucci, Ray Ban and Chloe it was a seriously hard choice. You can choose via a multiple of ways from cost, brand and style with aviator, round and even butterfly to have a look at. After whittling my options down to two a Tom Ford design and a Versace I decided to try out the virtual try on simulator which I have not used before (the image below shows the Versace ones). I decided to go for the Tom Ford ones I love my Tom Ford sunglasses and I fell in love with the purple colour and bold frame.
These glasses have a rectangle frame and are priced at £107.95 similar ones on another website are worth nearly £269 and you get 24 month warranty on lenses - what more could you want and I think I look pretty fabulous in my news glasses.