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When I start my gang, our call sign is going to be a cupcake. The hand-sign is me frosting a cupcake and placing it on a decorative doily.
This company sends you five pairs of your choosing to try-on. As in, to your front door. As in, you don't even have to lug a toddler all over town to try on glasses. You keep them for five days and see how your face gets along with them. These people need to talk to the shoe people at Nordstrom and tell them what's what.
It's free dollars and free cents to do this.
Plus, they arrive in three days inside this slick box.
Then you pack 'em up and ship em back with a sticker that comes IN THE BOX.
Plus, this adorable and altruistic company donates a pair of glasses to someone who can't afford glasses every time you buy a pair. So, what I'm saying is, I pretty much collect these glasses now. Stamps are so last year.
|Skirt: Urban Outfitters. Belt: came with a dress. Shirt: Mrs. Elmo original. Necklace: F21|
These are the ones I'm wearing today (pair #4). Nerd goggles are even better with this astoundingly nerdy shirt I made in college when I wanted to be an electron for a costume party. I wore it with an adorable American Apparel stretchy skirt and put glow necklaces in my hair. I even printed my date a proton shirt. He didn't get it. Now you all know how MUCH of nerd I truly am. I should have named this blog Chemistry, Cupcakery, and Child Wranglin'.
Ok, now say which pair of glasses you think I should buy at the same time as the Nugget.
All Of Them!
*The good people at Warby Parker and their affiliates have no idea who I am and didn't ask me to prattle on about how much I like their glasses. I asked their permission to post images of myself wearing them on the interwebs (because I don't technically own them yet), but that's just because one of my favorite activities is getting NOT sued. Because anyone with any sense would sue for the Nugget.