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Specs that won’t break the bank

Sally Field is just one of the celebs who looks fabulous in glasses. Changing your current frames is a great way to update your wardrobe and enjoy some celebrity style of your own.

A new pair of frames, even designer ones, shouldn’t break the bank so we’ve picked a few of our favourites, ranging from $35 to $149.

Oscar Wylee
High quality, good-looking glasses without the price point to match.

Feel-good factor: mission to restore sight across the world – for every pair you buy, another pair will be donated to someone in need.

Try before you buy:

  • home try on – up to five pairs of glasses to try at home for free 

Oscar Wylee Saxby in brushed ash – $149 


Oscar Wylee Montgomery in charcoal dusk –  $149


Clearly Contacts
Wide range of designer brands at reasonable prices with weekly deals.

If you’re unsure which style suits you best, you can use the ‘My style finder’ for suggestions on what suits your face shape and colouring.

Free returns if you don’t love them, and the price includes standard lenses. 


Joseph Marc Havana in tortoise shell – $35.00


Colours in Optics in champagne leopard – $55.00



Which glasses suit you?
Screwing up your eyes to try and read small print not only gives you wrinkles, it’s a sign that you need glasses. Trying glasses on at an optician’s can be intimidating so get a feel for what you like and whether it suits you from the comfort of your own home. Simply upload a photo of yourself and try on some virtual frames.

Find our more at Optical Direct

Related articles:
Sunglasses to suit your face shape
A trick to see without using glasses

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