Winter is nearly here and that means new prescription sunglasses for those dangerous rays. If the thermometer reads 19 degrees, you still need to protect your eyes.
If you follow the Payless Optical Blog, you will remember how dangerous the sun’s rays are, especially during the winter months.
Because people don’t feel the heat as much when it’s cold, the sun is still just as bright, and in some cases, even brighter depending on where you live in the world.
Eye protection is crucial all year round, but especially during the winter. If it’s cloudy and rainy you are still at risk from the dangerous rays.
Functional and Fashionable Winter Prescription Glasses
Winter prescription glasses are anything but boring. Buy trendy winter prescription glasses from Payless and you’ll be the most fashionable, and functional eyewear trendsetter in town.
This season you’ll see more fashion designers creating unusual winter prescription glasses that will have people talking. Try on a pair of hot pink large rectangle winter prescription glasses or go for something brighter like yellow face fitting frames with blue chrome lenses. The possibilities are endless when you buy new winter sunglasses from Payless Optical in the Great Smoky Mountains in East Tennessee.
Classic Winter Prescription Glasses
Jackie O’ was and still is known for her eyewear sense. She always chose unique winter prescription glasses that were classic yet whimsical at the same time.
These days’ designers are taking Jackie’s lead with updated versions of large round black and square shaped white winter prescription glasses. Fun and functional Jackie O’ glasses never really go out of style.
Patterns that Match Your Herringbone
If you love your herringbone coat, head over to Payless Optical for a matching pair of printed designer sunglasses. You will also find stripes, plaids, checks, and polka dots with brightly colored lenses that will put your herringbone to the challenge.
Get your wardrobe ready with a new pair or more of winter prescription sunglasses from Payless Optical in Knoxville today.