How to Order
Ordering is super-easy and takes less than 5 minutes. Follow these simple steps:
- Have your prescription available
- Browse the category you are interested in—men's, women's, children's or unisex
- Click on the frame(s) that attract you the most
- For viewing multiple frames, right click on each frame and click "open link in new tab"
- On the individual frame page that appears, you can see a close-up of the frame and can try them on
- For trying on glasses, either upload your own photo or select a model whose face-cut resembles yours (we recommend using your own photo for a more accurate fit)
- When you have finalized the glasses that you want, you need to fill in your prescription details, lens type, coating, and tint color
- That's it. You're done. Just click add-to-cart and check out
500 designs can be overwhelming to browse from end to end. You can use the left menu-bar on the category pages to narrow your search by a variety of attributes such as frame color, material, shape, style, and size.
What You Need for Ordering Your Glasses Online
Understand Your Prescription—You need an up-to-date prescription from an optometrist or ophthalmologist. You should also know your PD (pupillary distance), which is the distance between the centers of your pupils, so have it included in your prescription. Make sure that you enter the PD and other prescription information correctly.
Upload Your Photo—We strongly encourage you to upload your photo before you start looking for glasses, as it will be more convenient for you to try on different models. Although our preloaded model photos depict most face-types, differences such as bone structure and PD can result in frames that don’t fit well, even if the face shape is similar. No one else can see the photos that you upload, and they are removed the moment you close your browser session.
Know the Lens Type—The drop-down menu on the ordering page would allow you to choose from up to 20 different types of lenses with different thicknesses, tints, materials, and construction. Make sure that you enter the "prescription type" correctly, and then choose the lenses that you want from the "lens type" drop-down list.
Not sure about anything? No worries. Just email us with your question and we'll get right back.