Your Guide to Hot Eyeglasses Trends in 2017

Your Guide to Hot Eyeglasses Trends in 2017

The New Year is nearly here! It’s the perfect time to make a change, whether that’s to your career, your home, your lifestyle, or something as important as the glasses that you wear. If you’ve been wearing the same old style for many New Year’s celebrations, it’s time to make a change. We have an amazing selection of eyeglasses in Langley. We can find the pair that are perfect for your face, personality, and budget. Check out some of the hottest trends in eyeglasses in 2017 and see if any of them inspire you to look for something new! Hot Trends for Eyeglasses in 2017 The hot decade this year is the 1980’s. In the last few years, a lot of the most popular eyeglasses were modeled after styles that were popular in the 1950’s and 1960’s. That meant a lot of thick black and cat eye frames. Style is always influenced by what’s popular in media, and this was no exception. The rise in popularity of these styles is attributed to shows like Mad Men, which took place in the 1960’s and enjoyed phenomenal ratings. Next year, the hot trend is going to be the 1980’s. You’ll see a lot of oversized glasses, blush frames, and interesting earpiece designs that will remind you of what the cool kids were wearing about 30 years ago. You can thank huge hit shows like Stranger Things for the resurgence of 1980’s fashion. Lots of thick frames but more bright colors. Thick frames are here to stay, but unlike last year, we’re going to see more of a variety of the color...

We Offer Stylish Designer Eyeglasses

Whether you’ve recently discovered your need for prescription eyeglasses or you’ve worn the same style of glasses for the past 30 years, visit Vision Care Centre of Langley the next time you need new eyeglasses. With our on-site manufacturing and edging lab, you’re not likely to find the same value, selection, or quality anywhere else. Keep reading to learn the details of our prescription eyeglasses. Excellent Value Here at our eye clinic, we understand that one pair of eyeglasses just isn’t enough. What if you break your only pair of glasses or forget to pack them for a long trip? Having a spare pair of eyeglasses allows you to have an ideal pair of eyeglasses for every task you undertake on a daily basis, and it allows you to avoid panic when your first pair ends up in two or three pieces. Because of this, we offer you one FREE pair of eyeglasses if you purchase one pair of frames and lenses from our store. Want to learn more about this amazing value? Give us a call, contact us online, or come and visit us in person! Varied Selection Our on-site lab allows us to offer an extremely wide selection of frames, lenses, coatings, tints, and more. When you purchase eyeglasses from our Langley eye clinic, we’ll make sure you end up with the ideal pair for your prescription and daily needs. For example, if you primarily use your glasses for reading, then progressive lenses may not be ideal for you just as reading glasses will probably not be ideal if you spend a lot of time looking at...

Did You Know That Your Eyes Can Get Sunburned?

Did you know that your eyes can get sunburned? Also known as photokeratitis, an eye sunburn happens most often in the summer (which is quickly approaching), but it can also take place when you’re exposed to the sun’s ultraviolet rays without any kind of eye protection. Sunburned eyes can get infected, require the use of antibiotics, and can even damage your eyesight permanently. The solution to this problem is, of course, prescription sunglasses. With the number of options available, finding prescription sunglasses has never been easier. Whether you prefer a clip-on style attachment for your prescription eyeglasses or designer frames or you need standalone prescription sunglasses, Vision Care Centre- Langley has you covered. We’re happy to provide you with options from trusted brands such as Guess, Zeal Optics, and Ray Ban. You’re sure to find exactly the style of prescription sunglasses you’re looking for. Keeping your eyes sunburn free wards off a host of issues ranging from swelling, blurred vision, constant tearing up, and infection, so be sure that you’ve got your eyes covered effectively. If you need some new prescription sunglasses or even if we’ve convinced you to get them for the first time, we’re here to help. Our staff will gladly suggest frames, lenses, and any other options that will work for you and your lifestyle. We’ve met our patients’ eyecare and eyewear needs for over 20 years, so feel free to contact us today to set up an exam. Let us help you to pick out the perfect pair of prescription...

Temporarily Fix A Broken Eyeglasses Bridge

Like so many of us, Melissa is blind without her glasses. She pauses her television show, slips her glasses off, and rubs at her tired eyes. She gets up to get a snack or use the lady’s, leaving her glasses behind sitting on the couch cushion. Her eyes need a break. When she gets back, she forgets she left her glasses there, doesn’t see them, and sits down… right on top of them. Her heart sinks when she hears the crack of her glasses snapping in half at the bridge. She has to go to work in the morning, so what is she going to do about this? Have you ever been in Melissa’s shoes? Accidents happen, and glasses are unfortunately common victims. If you’ve broken your eyeglasses at the bridge, give one of these temporary fixes a try to get you through until replacing them becomes possible. Temporary Fixes For A Broken Eyeglasses Bridge Tape or Glue For a temporary fix that may not be the most fashion-forward, glue and tape your glasses back together Harry Potter style. For the best results, clean both broken pieces to remove any grease, and remove any leftover tape or glue if this isn’t your first rodeo. Strong tape will probably get you through your workday, but a more reliable fix requires super glue and some sort of glossy paper (magazine pages, wrapping paper, etc.). Individually glue thin strips of the paper around the bridge to mend your glasses. Allow time for each paper strip to dry before applying the next one. Glue and Thread For a stronger fix, you can sand...