Now I must confess that in my time I have worn a fake pair of glasses. Not those wayfarer style hipster glasses but a pair of lovely vintage-style frames I found in a flea market... well I wore them once.But in a cruel twist of payback it turns out I have slightly weird eyesight, and I now have glasses. Real glasses. With a prescription and everything. Well, in one eye. Yeah I have freaky eyes and one is more short sighted that the other that is 20/20, I've managed to get by for quite a long time with a bit of a 'weird feeling' in one eye but the whole things was exacerbated when I started working at school and well, I need the glasses to look at the board and not get a headache. Yeah, seriously. I'm sure many long term glasses wearers are familiar with this story. I also need them for cycling and the suchlike.Anywho, I used a voucher for a free eye test from the back of an Argos receipt to go and get my eyes checked and once my prescription was handed to me, I have to decide what to do about buying glasses.Fortunately for me, I remember seeing a post on the Agoraphobic Fashionista about some glasses she got from Specspost a super bargainistic website with tonnes of glasses in loads of different styles.I was super nervous about buying glasses since I've never done it before, but I thought somewhat naively that I know what shape sunglasses suit me, glasses must be the same right? Well I think I got lucky this time and picked up a pair of 'Geek Fashion Glasses' which I think suit me, although I will admit that the £23 price tag including lenses may have had something to do with it.Here I am wearing my new goggles:There are a few other pairs I'd like to try from Specspost, but I wasn't as confident they'd suit me so I went with a more generic shape, but I am definitely intrigues by the shuffle and the Mrs O.Do you where glasses? If so, where do you get them from?