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Are expensive designer glasses worth the money

Is it worth of money if I spend $200-300 on a pair of designer glasses? Do you know any tips on choosing expensive glasses?
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  • Vanessa george


    Some people would think it worth,but some not. For those who have much money especially the celebrities,designer glasses are necessities for them to show off their reputation and high-end taste.But for me and some other people,it is a waste of money. I will not spend money more than $100 because I always have ways to find glasses in good quality but low price. Anyway,if you decide to buy the designer glasses, don't always go for the new arrivals which are usually expensive at first but will have discount later. Don't always believe in what your eye doctor recommend you, (it is always costs you much), insist on what you prefer. {answer} My D&G glasses bought 2 years ago cost me $220, but I think it is worth the money. For my prescription keeps the same as what it was two yeas ago. The frame is almost the same as new, except for the unapparent fade color.The lenses are still clear. designer glasses is worth the money.
  • edward


    At least, I think it’s really worth of money if I spend $200-300 on a pair of designer glasses, because designer glasses mean high technology and creative designer and great quality. But the most important reason is that it can make you satisfaction. Nowadays more and more people are hardworking for quality lives. Money is just the basic substance to make people live better, so spiritual needs and aspirations are becoming more and more popular. I think if you really like it, buy it without any doubts. Here some tips may help you to choose great dear designer glasses. Firstly, search information online and compare its price with other retailers. Secondly, find ways to spot real or fake; thirdly, scan online and find out the similar ones.
  • Anthony


    Well, it seems that you are not convinced of the price of designer sunglasses. Yes it is true that a pair of them would cost more than an Iphone, and you would be puzzled why? However, it is noticeable that they also provide a lot of benefits, such as an amazing appearance and design which could make you appear to be more attractive and charming. Also, their lenses provide great protection for your eyes and a clearer vision, which could benefit your daily life, Also, at least they are famous branded, which would cost a little more.
  • Zoe


    Personally, you needn't to spend too much money on designer glasses. In fact, the orginal function of eyeglasses are made for vision aids. As long as the eyeglasses are made with good quality and correct your vision, they are good eyeglasses. And usually, the expensive deisgner eyeglasses are more than a pair of eyeglasses, they are luxuries or accessoires. So, for common people, it is not necessnary to spend too much moeny on expensive designer glasses
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  • chrisss_129


    In my own opinion, the expensive designer glasses are a kind of rip-off and it does not worth the money. Firstly, the most expensive designer glasses are made by the same company such as Prada, Burberry, Chanel, Polo Ralph Lauren, Paul Smith, Stella McCartney. As to sunglasses, those expensive sunglasses may not be any better for your eyes, either.For about $40 you can get a pair that offers 100% protection against ultra-violet rays. If you spend maybe $70 you should be able to get a pair with decent quality polarizing lenses that cut out glare. Beyond that, the medical benefits tail off pretty fast.The main reason people wear sunglasses is to block out (regular) white light and from that point of view, cheaper glasses work pretty well. Moreover, those fancy glasses are really costing you a lot more than you realize. Between damage, loss and keeping up-to-date with the latest styles, these things add up. Indeed they compound. Even at, say, 4% interest, $200 a year over 50 years adds up to $30,000.

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