I can see clearly now

It’s happening! The clocks are set back, the temperature is dropping and pumpkin lattes are here. We finally have an excuse to get those over-the-knee boots we’ve been drooling over. Unfortunately for me, my first order of shopping business–prescription glasses. That’s right, I need to run not walk to get these baby blues focused. I simply can’t keep moving menus and medicine bottles back and fourth like a trombone player just to order a Thai salad and not poison my kids with cough syrup. While I can accept the fact that glasses are in my future, my vanity precludes me from slapping on the first pair of readers I can grab for $20.00. The problem, who’s got time to search high and low for a $400 pair of designer shades?  So what’s a style-conscious, vision-impaired, 40-somthin’-year-old to do?  Warby Parker to the rescue!

Check out these stylish new frames from their Winter Collection just out today. The new shapes and cool-weather hues are a perfect blend of rustic and modern. The best part–all frames are $95, including prescription lenses.

If you’re not new to Warby Parker–get to shopping, enough said. If you’re new, read on.

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A few Warby Parker facts you should know:

1) They have a home try on program that allows you to try frames for 5 days for free.

2) They offer both sunnies and prescription glasses.

3) Our favorite part–through their Buy a Pair, Give a Pair program they have just given 500,000 glasses away to someone in need.

Nada Jones is an entrepreneur, author and mentor. She is the Founder/CEO and Editor-in-Chief of ltd365.com, ltdLIVE conferences, ltdWORKSHOPs and the soon to be launched Liberty Magazine. Jones has spent over a decade working with entrepreneurial women and has leveraged her experience and connections to create the ltd multimedia platform for those ready to launch their dream ventures. Her goal is to inspire women to "start something that makes a difference" in their lives and the lives of others. Nada is the co-author of Sixteen Weeks to Your Dream Business: A Weekly Planner for Entrepreneurial Women, published by McGraw-Hill in August 2008. She is passionate about creating entrepreneurial opportunities for women in developing countries and is an advisor to several non profits that are committed to supporting underserved women.

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