Glasses wearers aren’t afraid to splurge on a pair of frames. (After all, they’re on your face every day.) But Warby Parker changed the game, and now all we want to do is load up on a few pairs at a time and rotate them in our wardrobe as much as our favorite flats. So if your glasses are your fashion accessories, then these four sites are also worth checking out. (Yep, even if your prescription’s pretty intense.)

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EyeBuy Direct

EYEBUY DIRECT

If you’re constantly worried about breaking your expensive glasses, why not buy a couple pairs at once? This site offers buy-one-get-one-free deals, like, all the time. Plus, the prices are bananas awesome: $15 for frames includes the price of your prescription. For bifocals and progressives, the prices go up, but still... 

Low prices and constant deals: yes
Big selection: yes
Trendy selection: yes
Designer options: not so much
Kids' selection: yes
Progressive lenses: yes
Easy return policy: yes

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ZENNI OPTICAL

Four words: super cheap, super trendy. And if $15 for lenses and frames seemed ridiculous, how does $7 a pair sound? We thought so. With such low prices, you can wear a different pair with every outfit. Plus, the huge selection for kids means you won’t have a panic attack when your five-year-old…does anything.

Low prices and constant deals: yes
Big selection: yes
Trendy selection: yes
Designer options: nada
Kids' selection: yes
Progressive lenses: yes
Easy return policy: not as great as Eyebuy Direct

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COASTAL

COASTAL

OK, now let’s talk designer frames—particularly $95 ones. Think big-name brands like 3.1 Phillip Lim, Kam Dhillon, Elizabeth and James, Coach, Kenzo and so many more (like, so…many…more). Plus, a complimentary UV-protective, anti-reflective and scratch-resistant coating on your lenses is built into the cost.

Low prices and constant deals: not as low, but the deals do abound
Big selection: yes
Trendy selection: yes
Designer options: yes
Kids' selection: yes
Progressive lenses: yes, but the additional prices are steeper
Easy return policy: yes

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BONLOOK

BONLOOK

Trendsetters love this site. So if you’re looking for a quality pair of glasses that your coworker isn’t also wearing, this site is pretty comparable to Warby Parker (especially the whole vertical integration thing). The handmade frames are the perfect mix between classic and trendy, and while they might be some of the pricier ones on the list (ranging from $99 to $129), it still beats shopping for glasses IRL. 

Low prices and constant deals: a little pricier but with occasional markdowns and deals
Big selection: more like a curated collection
Trendy selection: yes
Designer options: glasses designed in-house
Kids' selection: nope
Progressive lenses: up to an ADD value +4.00
Easy return policy: not as straightforward as the other sites

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