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How to Order
Choose Your Frames
1. Choose Your Frames

# 01

Shop by Shape

Eyeglasses frame shapes can be a major determining factor when choosing a perfect frame. With the right frame shape, you can emphasize your best features. We’ve got plenty of glasses for you to explore and discover.
Eyeglasses frame shapes can be a major determining factor when choosing a perfect frame. With the right frame shape, you can emphasize your best features. We’ve got plenty of glasses for you to explore and discover.
 
 
 

# 02

Find Your Frame Size

Finding the ideal size frame is super important when buying glasses online. But do you know it's also super-simple? Use the measurements to find similarly sized frames.
Finding the ideal size frame is super important when buying glasses online. But do you know it's also super-simple? Use the measurements to find similarly sized frames.

# 03

Shop by Color

Most frames come in several colors, so you'll never be confused about choosing a color over your favorite frame.
Finding the ideal size frame is super important when buying glasses online. But do you know it's also super-simple? Use the measurements to find similarly sized frames.

# 04

Try-on

We support online try-on. You can upload photos to try on different glasses and compare them to pick your favorite.
We support online try-on. You can upload photos to try on different glasses and compare them to pick your favorite.
Add Your Prescription & PD to Glasses
2. Add Your Prescription & PD

# 01

Add Your Prescription

When you leave your eye doctor's office and look at your prescription, it may seem like an unrecognizable series of numbers and abbreviations. It makes ordering prescription glasses online challenging and overwhelming. Let's take a moment to decipher and understand what’s on your prescription. Check out our video here.
When you leave your eye doctor's office and look at your prescription, it may seem like an unrecognizable series of numbers and abbreviations. It makes ordering prescription glasses online challenging and overwhelming. Let's take a moment to decipher and understand what’s on your prescription. Check out our video here.

# 02

Get Your PD Taken

Your pupillary distance is the distance between the centres of your pupils. It is used to properly align your lenses and ensure accurate vision. Check out our video here.
Your pupillary distance is the distance between the centres of your pupils. It is used to properly align your lenses and ensure accurate vision. Check out our video here.

# 03

Customer Service Help

If you are not sure how to enter your prescription online, you can email us a copy at service@GlassesShop.com, or upload it to our website during the checkout process.
Customize Your Glasses
3. Customize Your Glasses

# 01

Lens Usage

There are many lens for different usage, do you know the exact usage of different lens? We have single-vision lenses, bifocal lenses, progressive lenses and so on. Here you will know more about them.
There are many lens for different usage, do you know the exact usage of different lens? We have single-vision lenses, bifocal lenses, progressive lenses and so on. Here you will know more about them.

# 02

Lens Type

GlassesShop is one of the largest online full-service eyewear stores in the United States. We offer quality prescription lenses to any customer who buys glasses frames from us. And the most popular lenses are the blue block lenses, here you could know more about them.
GlassesShop is one of the largest online full-service eyewear stores in the United States. We offer quality prescription lenses to any customer who buys glasses frames from us. And the most popular lenses are the blue block lenses, here you could know more about them.

# 03

Lens Index & Coating

Lens index is a number that describes how thick or thin your lenses are. The higher a lens' index is, the thinner it becomes. Higher prescriptions require higher index lenses, while lower prescriptions require lower index lenses.
Lens index is a number that describes how thick or thin your lenses are. The higher a lens' index is, the thinner it becomes. Higher prescriptions require higher index lenses, while lower prescriptions require lower index lenses.
 
 
 
Finalize Your Purchase
4. Finalize Your Purchase
At this point you can make last minutes adjustments: change the number of pairs if you want, or add a stylish eyewear case into your order. Then proceed to check out. You will need to login or create an account. Choose payment method. In order to ensure hassle-free delivery, you will need to enter all of your information. Once done, simply click check out.
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You have just bought your first pair of glasses.
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