August 21, 2014

Firmoo Review, Casual Summer, & a Duckface

So, Firmoo sent me a free pair of glasses to review. I don't wear prescription glasses so I chose a pair of sunglasses. Any pair of glasses on their site is able to be customized to add tints to become sunglasses, which I think is great - they have a lot of styles to choose from. Originally, I was going to choose a pair of wayfarers and add the tint, but the ordering process for the free pair was confusing. If I were paying out of my own pocket it's easy to customize because there's just a check box to add tints/polarization, etc. To make it easier on myself and on the company I ended up choosing a style that's only available as sunglasses so there was no confusion. I decided to "go big or go home" with these, haha. They have a "Virtual Look Viewer" where you can upload a selfie and try on the different glasses to see how they'll look. Each pair also comes with a recommended PD range. The visualizer plus the PD range help you to pick a pair of glasses that best suits your face shape and size. I didn't know what a PD was until I browsed the website, but apparently you can measure the distance between your pupils in millimeters. These glasses below were clearly on the larger end of my range but I think girls can get away with giant bug glasses - they are chic! 
Glasses: Firmoo (currently appear to be out of stock)
Top: Express (similar)
Jorts: Forever 21 (mine got like this from years of wear) (similar)
Sandals: Ipanema (special edition color from Swim Week)
Necklaces: Forever 21 (similar)
Watch: Michael Kors
Rings: Forever 21 (this is the set of rings, I split them up)
Firmoo also offers a "first pair free" program for new customers. Check it out - it's definitely something I would try if I wore prescription glasses! They have a few styles to choose from as part of the free promotion.

As far as my particular glasses go - they arrived in a sturdy and cute map-print case, along with a fabric cleaning wipe, an eyeglass fixer kit, and a cloth carrying case. My frames are plastic with a tortoiseshell pattern. The tints of the glasses were customizable to all sorts of colors and from light to dark tint. Mine are dark brown. I think they are good quality and I'd definitely order from them again (with my own money!). 
Oh and here's a duck-face pic of me below because I think it's kind of awkward to take closeup pics of my face. Also an opportunity to see my accessories better :)
Have any of you ordered from Firmoo? Anyone going to try the "first pair free" program? Let me know!

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