”That is why I love children because they see the world and themselves in a magic mirror of their fantasies”,
enthused the German author Theodor Storm. One doesn’t have to have children of their own to agree with these words. Anyone who has ever watched children romping around can only be jealous of their happiness. Without being aware of risks, they freely play around. This refreshing irrationality makes every silly adventurer see their daily struggles as challenges that can be overcome with fun and willingness to try something new. So, you might find yourself jumping on an open tube of toothpaste trying to get the last remains out of the tube (Isaac Newton would be proud, same as Oscar). And for a castle, you only need a few boxes and blankets and a broom to quickly build a tent.
If children’s clothes get dirty from playing – mum will take care of it. If their toys get broken – dad will take care of it. But once your glasses break, it isn’t as easy anymore…
That’s why glasses for children should be chosen by adults. Our protégés may use their imagination to swirl spells out of some twigs and shoot laser beams through their glasses. However, once their endless imagination slows down, it is important to consider that glasses for children are an important accessory. If our children are visually impaired, they need a pair of glasses, so that proper vision can be guaranteed to avoid any risk of injury. Besides, the right prescription glasses contribute to a good development of vision. And we will help with the right choice!
The following models will make googly eyes even bigger.
From the social cognitive theory by Albert Bandura, it is known that toddlers learn by observing their social environment. Therefore, parents automatically become role models. This mainly applies to children’s behaviour. But also aesthetically we can become idols. That’s exactly why we offer a lot of children’s glasses. Because no other brand is as frequently sold as Ray-Ban, it has its internal branch offering glasses only for children. Children often like to imitate their parents, so they also want to wear the same glasses. For this reason, we can find the same popular models as for adults under Ray-Ban Junior, best exemplified by the Ray-Ban Junior Wayfarer.
DIESEL as the driving force
Not only pedagogues advocate what is important in regards to children’s education, but also everyone who remembers their childhood may (hopefully) have the same image in their heads. Otherwise, a visit to a toy store or a kindergarten may help to observe that the world of children is brightly coloured. If let’s say, a supposedly cheeky little devil splashes window colour around and devotes their full attention to the dabs of paint or to mixing the different colours (which makes us sick to our stomachs), then they do it to subconsciously stimulate their brains. Every colour and colour combination is a new stimulus and fuel for the brain. That is also one of the themes of DIESEL. Anyone who scrolls through our selection of DIESEL children’s glasses will quickly notice that the frames are outshining one another. For example, DIESEL DL 5328 is available in five different colour combinations.
“Only the best for my child”
You can hear this quite often. But every time a salesperson hears this, they can profit off of it. When it comes to products for our loved ones, expectant parents tend to spend more money. Nobody wants to feel guilty after their purchase because they cut corners when it comes to the well-being of their children. This exact concept of appealing to parental responsibility is frequently used in stores with baby care products. However, it would be a good idea to invest a little more money in children’s glasses.
We, therefore, would like to present you the OAKLEY STEEL PLATE XS, because these are exactly the robust, high-quality glasses you are looking for. Consisting out of robust metal, these glasses are perfectly resistant for playing around wildly. Most kids don’t really see glasses as a fashion accessory, more as a means to an end. That’s why it is important that such glasses can withstand the intense physical strain. Another important aspect to regard is a proper fit of glasses on the nose to avoid any pinching. If necessary, the nose bridge can be supplemented with silicone nose pads.
Because £75 can be quite the expense for parents, the choice shouldn’t be made negligently. Especially with more expensive frames, we recommend buying glasses in a slightly bigger size to make sure that they aren’t too small too soon. But the glasses shouldn’t also be too loosely fitted, particularly important for active children. There’s also an option to supplement the arms with ear hooks for additional support. Whatever model of frames you decide to buy, these decisions should also include your children. Because how unfortunate would it be if your child ends up not liking the glasses and will “accidentally” lose the glasses in the bus or somewhere else to get rid of them?