Can’t See Without Your Glasses, 1 Tip To Make Choosing New Eye Glasses A Breeze


Can you see without your glasses?


Are you blind as a bat without your glasses? How can you see how new frames look without your glasses?

Are you blind as a bat without your glasses?
How can you see how new frames look without your glasses?

My client Marcia couldn’t.


I went eyeglass shopping with her to help her choose a flattering new frame.


While I was picking out frames for her, she was trying on glasses.


 I turned to Marcia to show her the frames I picked out for her and was surprised by what I saw her doing.


Marcia was putting the frames she was interested in on top of her own glasses.

She did this out of desperation.


Because she could not tell how she looked when she took her old glasses off


Have you ever been that desperate?


This was a creative solution

But …

It didn’t work.


With the two frames layered on top of each other, it was impossible to tell how the new frames looked.

A Better Solution

Even if you can see well enough without your glasses, it’s a challenge to pick out flattering frames.


Here is one simple thing you can do that will make eyeglass  and sun-glass shopping really easy.


When you go shopping for new glasses, bring a digital camera or use your camera phone.

Ask the sales person to take pictures of you wearing the frames you are interested in.


Take the pictures home and download them onto your computer or onto a tablet.

You can also print them out and put the pictures side by side to make it easy to compare how you look in the different frames.


Even if you are not extremely near sighted this is a good idea.


And now comes the best part.

By looking at a photo, rather than looking in a mirror, it’s like looking at someone else and you can be more objective.

When you are more objective, it’s  so much easier to see which eye-glass frame looks the best.


Nancy Goldblatt, “Wardrobe Wizard of Baltimore,” is a “Color 1,” professionally trained personal image consultant.

She works with both individuals and groups.

The Wardrobe Wizard is located in Baltimore, Maryland.

 If you are local she can work with you in-person or if you are long-distance she can now work with you online using digital photos and or a webcam.

 She can be reached at

Her website is :

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    For those who can not find a ponytail hairpiece that is their exact color save some of your hair the next time you get your hair cut and keep it in a baggy that you can carry around with you. You can not only see if the clothing you are buying harmonizes with your hair color you can also choose items of clothing and accessories that are shades of your hair color to create visually repitition (harmony)

  • Sheila Cox says:

    Nancy –

    I’ve been using your advice on repeating my hair color to create visual harmony. I bought a $7 ponytail/hairpiece at CVS in my haircolor. It’s easy to carry around and hold next to clothing and accessories to see if they harmonize.


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