Those adorable eyes may look perfect, but sometimes they need a bit of assistance to see perfectly.
If you’ve recently found out that your child needs glasses, you may be a bit unsure about how to choose the most suitable frames. A huge part of choosing your children’s glasses is making sure that the frames are appropriate for your child’s age. The choice of children’s frames today is fabulous, with many designers now making collections aimed specifically at children.
Some children will be excited to find out they’ll need to start wearing glasses, others will not be so enthusiastic. Once you’ve decided on the best type of glasses for your child and the extras that you’ll need, it can be a good idea to allow your child some freedom of expression. If they’re able to choose the style, shape, and colour they like best, they’ll feel better about wearing the glasses.
Alexander’s glasses, ‘Ollie Navy‘ are by Zoobug, a UK-based brand that makes glasses for children up to the age of 12. Their frames are unique because they are made JUST for children! They are NOT scaled-down versions of the adult models that I often see on little one’s…
Zoobug offers a huge selection of children’s glasses that are fashionable and cool, making your child more likely to keep them on whilst mum’s not looking.
Zoobug plays such a high value on costumer’s satisfaction that they offer an incredible guarantee, 18 months cover from the date of your purchase. Damaged lenses? Loose screws? Broken sides? Full-on breakages? They cover them all! Faulty frames will be replaced with spare parts or whole frames.
[Shirt with Parisian lantern print from the Je suis en CP! aw15 collection]