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July 22, 2011

Zenni Optical

Zenni Optical is an amazing site with insanely chic and um cheap (but not cheap quality) glasses.
My sister’s go through their glasses like hotcakes. Especially the middle sister, Emily, she has a problem with stepping, throwing, losing half a pair or getting them stolen. Don’t ask, because they have all happened. After having to get a new prescription just last week, she opted to grab two new pairs of frames. One to keep on her night stand and one for her Longchamp tote that she carries to class with her (just in case her contacts started bugging her) And guys glasses are EXPENSIVE. 
 However I recently came across Zenni Optical
The glasses at  Zenni Optical are beyond affordable and they recently got a GIANT shout out in Time magazine.
This hubbub about expensive glasses started in a Time Magazine article on July 4, 2011. In the “Eyes on the Price” story editor Bill Saporito admitted to paying $1,000 for a pair of glasses! Trust me you read that right.
A lovely Time reader snarked on back:
“Hey, Bill, Can You Read This?
Please tell me Editor Bill Saporito is receiving mental-health treatment, because he is insane for spending $1,000 on a single pair of glasses. I buy glasses from Zenni Optical, an online site. It’s $20 for a complete set at my doorstep, shipping included.”
-Peter Minton, Winsted, Conn. 

I can't even think of a store where glasses would or could be this cheap and stylish? I'm totally into the nerdy chic look so below you will find some of my favorite pics! 
433521  Acetate Full-Rim Frame723225 Full Rim Acetate Frames

230825 Stylish Plastic Full-Rim Frame (Same Appearance as Frame #8308)228421 Plastic Full-Rim Frame

484315 Fashion Acetate Full-Rim Frame220025 Plastic Fashion Full-Rim Frame
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