Ahhh, gotcha. Me too! Even after all this time, my peripheral vision is still slightly blurry. I find I have to turn my head more to the side to see things more clearly.
ugh I know!!! I have insurance but the places with good frames are out of network. My exams/contacts are covered so I pay for glasses about every 1.5-2 years. I wish I could afford multiple high-end frames each year (I'm greedy I love white glasses under blacklight! LOVEI wear a pair of ivory white Prada's. I get tons of compliments on them. But they're becoming a bit too loose and they'll fall off of my face easily, so I'm trying to find another pair to replace them. But I'm having a hard time finding another pair that I like. I don't have eye careÂ insurance, so if I'm going to buy framesÂ I want to be able to stick to them for at least a few years.
If you have a Saks OFF FIFTH or Nordstrom Rack, you can buy designer sunglasses for the fraction of the price. You can then pop out the tinted lenses and get them fitted with normal prescription lenses. However, the frames have to be thick enough to hold the prescription lens and not be too curved.Â