I know I SHOULD wear Sunnies ,but I DON'T!!!! I find them extremely uncomfortable,especially since having a bad accident where I broke several bones in my face and damaged the facial nerve in the left side.
I have photo-wotsit glasses that darken in strong light and lighten again all by themselves. Not only for convenience (having to carry prescription sunglasses around everywhere just in case we get a glimmer of sunshine is a pain, not to mention expensive, and having to stop and wrangle with two pairs of glasses every time I go in or outside, on top of all the other crap I'm normally carrying.... well, it's not easy!) but also because I see better with slightly darkened lenses when out and about and this is the best way to achieve it.
Most definitely! Have good quality Zeiss glass lenses in all of mine.
Glare is a huge problem for me. Even supermarket fluoro lights annoy me, so wear 'sunnies' anywhere glare is affecting my eyes!
Have worn sunnies all my life. Don't have even one 'crow's foot'!
Dependent on the level of 'gloominess', I can wear my 'sunnies' when it's raining, as the glare, even then, can really annoy me.
I, too, lynep, keep a 'spare pair' in the boot of my car!
If I don't wear them, I get a bad headache.
Before I wore prescription glasses, I had 7 pairs of sunnies, with different colour frames, so they all matched my cloths. When I needed prescription glasses, I had Transitions, 'over' the prescriptions.
Now I don't need prescription glasses, I have bought my self 5 prs of sunnies, to match the dresses I wear, but I forgot to take a pr with me yesterday when I was going out, & didn't go back for them when I remembered I didn't have them in case I missed the bus. (I now think I should wear them as I'm leaving the house!)
Yes - 365 days of the year. Really don't like not wearing them. And a pet-hate of mine is seeing someone pushing a pram on a bright sunny day and the kid is sitting there squinting and half-blinded while the parent has sunnies on! Get your kids some sunglasses you twit!