Showcasing contact lens range at major wedding fair
Specsavers showcased its fantastic range of contact lenses last weekend at one of Scotland’s most high profile wedding fairs. Specsavers in Morningside offered a range of options to brides, grooms and wedding guests at the Edinburgh Wedding Fair.
Staff from the store were on hand to ensure that everybody looked great and was able to see clearly on their big day with a range of contact lens options.
Perfect frames for that special day
They also showcased a range of spectacles suited to the big occasion, from bright and bold to more subtle looks such as rimless options.
A range of varifocal contact lenses, which guarantee both comfort and excellent vision for the big day, were also on offer at the event, along with a wide choice of stylish sunglasses ideal for honeymooners.
The store, which was recently nominated for Technology Practice of the Year at the Optician Awards, had a stall for both days of the major bi-annual event at Edinburgh’s Corn Exchange.
A word from our store director
Michael O’Kane, Store Director at Specsavers Morningside, said: ‘We are excited to be part of this great event and showcase our fantastic offering.
‘At Specsavers we pride ourselves in having all the latest technology in optics, from our new tablet dispensing technology to calculate the measurements for your glasses to the latest in contact lenses.
‘Brides can enhance and complement their make-up with our superb range of coloured contact lenses, which can provide everything from a subtle enhancement to a dramatic new look for your special day. Those who previously have been advised they are unsuitable for contact lenses may now be able to comfortably wear lenses, thanks to the latest developments in material science which offer extremely moist lenses with the best in oxygen transmission, keeping your eyes fresh and healthy all day long.
‘For those who need different prescriptions for distance and reading, we also offer multifocal lenses which provide an alternative to reading glasses – perfect if you need to read a speech.’