Garrett Leight shows how to style someone in glasses. Garrett Leight is son of Larry Leight, owner of Oliver Peoples and has grown up surrounded by the finest eyewear. Great pointers here in the video. Come see our Eyewear Gurus at The Eye Bar to find the best glasses to go with your individual style.
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The Eye Bar can now help those men and women who are colorblind! Hi my name is Jared. I am colorblind. My whole life I have not seen color the way you do. The average person sees about 1,000,000 colors. The average color blind person sees somewhere around 100,000 colors. 1 in 12 men and 1 in 200 women are color blind (or color deficient). I have been ecstatic for sometime hoping that these glasses work from Enchroma. We got them today and let me tell you its amazing. I can see purple and pink like I have never seen before. The color literally explodes to me now, where before it was dull. I mean I could sort of tell it was pink or purple. However, now wearing the glasses, Wow thats purple and its freaking beautiful.
I find it sad these days to see men and women put so much thought and effort into their shoes, outfits, handbags, etc. and be in ugly, cheap, poorly fitting glasses. It really kills me. You have $600 shoes, a $3000 handbag and look fantastic. Except your wearing cheap glasses made in china. (I'm looking at you Oprah and Gayle!) Its like buying what looks like a brand new BMW and opening the hood and seeing a 40 year old golf cart engine. Maybe you got a deal but did you? Nope. I got to hand it to some of these companies tho, they are marketing machines. They have lots of people fooled that they are actually selling a great product. Its really impressive. You do indeed get what you pay for.