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For YOU, they will not work. You have no confidence in your own style, as evidenced by the question.
You are NEVER going to be able to tailor that suit to achieve the Styleforum "ideal" fit. For all practical purposes (as, in the real world where people actually live), your suit is good enough. In the internet world your suit is going to be harshly criticized and ripped to pieces. Wear your suit, read more about classic style and fit, and slowly develop your own style.
Nice selection and you've come a long way. Forget the internet solicitation of advice.
I don't personally consider paying $350 just for lenses a cheap move from a cheap establishment. I do consider it a value when the exact same lens would cost me $600 at an optician. As for education, I've provided a link before. You can take some time to do some research yourself, or just ignore everything I've said. Best of luck either way.
What is your contingency plan for the time when your one pair of frames is damaged? Why not have at least two pairs of the same style (or exact same frames)? Full disclosure: I myself have 10 pairs of frames, not including sunglasses. There are two additional pairs arriving any day also.
I have to disagree with Ed. And I'm frankly surprised that more thought about quality of frames/glasses are missing here. Especially when so much attention is paid to the likes of suit, shoes...etc. I have low opinions of LensCrafters & Pearles vision. Cheap, fast, good. Pick two
Derision was in order, but I will just point out that you are a supposed SENIOR member on Styleforum. And glasses are definitely considered part of one's style.
The clue to your problem is the self admission that you ride a bike. The darkness is due to motor/engine oil seeping onto and into the leather. I don't know if it is salvageable, but a leather specialist may be able to help. Should you wish to expend the time, money, and effort
Sorry if I was not clear before. You have to send the frames to them to be fitted for new lens. I have had turn around time of 5 days by paying for expedited service. You do have more than one frame, right?
It's especially easy if you are keeping a pair of frames that you know fits you well. What you need is the actual prescription (or the actual prescription numbers for your eyes), the measurement for the PD (pupillary distance). You then send that to the online operation. You then pick the exact lens you want (there are many many options: how thin, what kind of coating...etc). On average you can expect to save around 40%, at least, just for the lens themselves. I've...
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