What better way to express your personality and sense of style than through your eyewear. As much a fashion accessory as they are a functional solution for vision correction, there is no shortage of choice when it comes to frame selection.
Whether the look you desire is glamorous, classic, retro, ultra-modern, bold or playful, your optometrist and practice staff can help you to find the perfect eyewear to suit your personality, lifestyle and wardrobe.
The first step is to define your lifestyle needs and the image you want to project with your eyewear.
How you use your eyewear will vary depending upon what you do for work and how you spend your leisure time.
Are you a professional business person with a hectic social calendar or a busy parent who works part time? Do you only wear gold or silver jewelery or are colourful pieces or vintage heirlooms more your style?
Your eyewear can draw inspiration from these seemingly individual pieces, your wardrobe and your lifestyle.
If you have many aspects to your life that require you to have more than one look, then consider more than one pair of glasses.
Transform yourself from day to night, work to weekend, or understated elegance to glittering opulence.
You may prefer a classic pair for the office, a more colourful, contemporary pair for weekends and maybe something glamorous for those special occasions.
With an understanding of your lifestyle requirements and personal style, your optometrist's friendly practice staff will highlight frame options that will not only make the statement you want, but emphasise your best features as well.
Frames are available in a range of frame designs and frames materials to achieve a specific look or deliver a benefit such as improved durability or added wearing comfort.
ProVision optometrists have access to over 200 preferred eyewear brands at preferential prices as a result of the collective buying power of over 370 practices. Many of these brands are not available at other major eyewear retailers, so you receive greater choice.
ProVision optometrists are committed to providing quality products to the people whose eyes they care for. Understanding the difference when it comes to quality frames is important when making a selection.
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