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365 Day No Questions Guarantee on Eyeglasses

Frame Boutique takes making quality eyeglasses seriously, and we back it up with our 365 Day No Questions Guarantee.

If you have any issues with your frames within the first year, from the frames to the lenses, just let us know and we will replace them. If you have any issues with the lenses, we will remake them at no charge and ship them to you. Basically, if you buy a pair of glasses from Frame Boutique, you can rest assured that you will have a top-notch pair of glasses. We will handle any problems and make sure that you are happy to recommend us to your friends and family.

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Free Shipping + Free Returns

We believe that you will be happy with your purchase from Frame Boutique. We make every effort to provide you with high-quality products and outstanding customer service.

We are so confident in our people and products that we provide you with our 30-Day Guarantee. If you are not 100% satisfied with your purchase, just call our friendly Customer Service Team at 1-855-654-3726 for a Return Authorization. Then, simply return the item in its original condition, including all tags, packaging and accessories and you will receive a prompt exchange or refund.

We even pay for return shipping!*

*Free shipping offer valid on Regular Shipping within the United States. Free return shipping is not offered on drop-ship orders. Frame Boutique retains the right to modify or discontinue this promotion at any time. Free return shipping is limited to a maximum of 3 return shipments in any one year period.

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Pick the Right Eyeglasses for Kids


Purchasing eyeglasses for your child can be quite the daunting task. Not only do your child's glasses need to be comfortable but they also need to be durable enough to withstand outdoor play, weekend sports, and potential mishandling. Fortunately glasses manufacturers have developed eyeglasses specifically for kids' lifestyles and hobbies.

How to Pick the Right Eyeglasses for Your Child


The most important requirement for children's glasses is durability. Since durability is so important frame materials that are flexible, strong, and lightweight are in high demand. Typical materials for children's glasses include high durability plastics and high strength composite metals. Scratch and shatter resistant lenses are also very important for both visual clarity as well as safety since a lens shattering could be devastating to a child's eye.

For children who are athletically inclined, purchasing a separate pair of sports glasses is an easy and affordable means to protect their eyes while participating in their favorite sports. Most children's sports glasses are highly durable and are specifically crafted not to fall off while running, jumping and throwing.

While children's themed glasses are popular, many prefer their eyeglasses to be more traditional in appearance and prefer to follow mature fashions for eyewear. Most brands make children's designer eyeglass lines which typically are the same as adult's designer glasses only scaled down to fit children's heads. Children's designer glasses are most popular among tweens and older children who have become increasingly fashion and trend savvy. For younger children themed glasses are a fun way to show off their personality and interests and can range from Sponge-Bob themed glasses to extreme sport eyeglasses.


What to Expect When Shopping for Kid's Eyeglasses


While many kids are responsible in caring for their glasses, a parent should expect to replace their children's glasses at least a couple times as they grow older. Thankfully most children's eyeglasses are less expensive than their adult counterparts. Pointing out that your child looks more grown up, or more intelligent can be helpful in maintaining their self esteem as they grow accustomed to wearing glasses.

While children's vision problems aren't as diverse as adult vision problems, children's eyeglasses are made to fix all problems that could possibly occur with your child's eyesight. When shopping for your kid's first pair of glasses, keep in mind that children may not want to wear eyeglasses for many various reasons. For kids who don't like the idea of wearing glasses but require vision correction for proper eyesight, parents may want to consider contact lenses. Just keep in mind that contact lenses require a high degree of responsibility and your child will need to learn proper lens care prior to wearing contact lenses. As always, consult your eye doctor before deciding whether to buy glasses or contact lenses for your child.