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Alpha’s favorite GlassesUSA.com eyewear styles
In this video men’s style, grooming, fitness and lifestyle expert, Aaron Marino of IAmAlphaM¬† https://iamalpham.com/ AaronMarino https://aaronmarino.com/ Pete & Pedro https://peteandpedro.com/ Tiege Hanley https://www.tiege.com/and ENEMY https://enemy.com/ says certain purchases are a total rip-off. Alpha is not saying that these are ‘bad’ products or ‘bad’ brands or that you shouldn’t buy them. But for him personally, the value proposition isn’t strong enough for the price being charged.

Poor value proposition for the price

1. Louis Vuitton — it’s super expensive and not even leather.

2. Neiman Marcus — they have needless markups.

3. Prada glasses — Alpha’s Muse from GlassesUSA are hundreds less.

4. Hugo Boss — the quality has declined, but the price remains high.

5. Rolex — demand is high, supply is low. As a result, resale prices are astronomical compared to retail.

6. High-end white tee shirts — they still get stretched, pit stained, and shrink.

7. Range Rovers — they’re good when they’re good. But they are BAD when they’re bad.

If you’re shopping anywhere else, you’re getting ripped off.

Prada glasses? Around $650. GlassesUSA Muse glasses? Less than $70. You can get a complete set of glasses with prescription for up to 70% less than in the mall stores. A complete set of glasses including the basic prescription starts at $30 — and GlassesUSA has an insane selection! Over 4,000 pairs, their inventory includes standard high-end brands like Ray Ban, Armani, Gucci,and Oakley as well as their house brand Muse. Check out their Virtual Mirror where you can upload a photo and try on glasses.

Also be sure to see Alpha’s curated collection. The shopping is risk-free because GlassesUSA offers free returns, free shipping, and a 100% money back guarantee — 14-days no questions asked. Also, they offer a 365 day warranty so if you break them for whatever reason, they will take care of you. All your favorite eyewear brands up to 50% off retail price