The next generation of sunglasses is coming, and they’re going to cost you more than you thought.
A new survey from eyewear retailer and eyeworn manufacturer Gargoyle revealed that parents are more likely to pay for their children’s glasses if they’ve already got them, or if they know they will.
According to the survey, children who have already bought glasses will earn more money from the sales of glasses than their parents.
Gargoyle says parents who don’t know they’ll need glasses in the future are more inclined to spend their savings on them than parents who know their child will need them in the near future.
The survey also found that if parents already have a pair of glasses, those who have them tend to save more than those who don.
Parents with older children will earn the least, with parents with younger children earning the most.
The survey, which was conducted by Opta in conjunction with Eyewear.com, also found a difference in spending between the different styles of sunglasses.
For the most part, the styles were identical, except for a few pairs.
Eyewear says that parents can choose between two styles of glasses for their child based on what they already own, what their child likes, and what they like in the glasses they already have.
Parents can also choose from two different styles for the child based only on their personal preferences, with the choice of which style they choose having no bearing on the price of the glasses.
But that doesn’t mean parents aren’t able to get a better deal on the glasses themselves.
If the child has a preference for a different style, the price is the same, with no difference between buying two different sets and two sets of glasses.
The cheapest glasses are the same price as the best ones, and the cheapest set of glasses is the one with the best quality.
Parents who buy glasses online are also able to compare prices for glasses on the online marketplace.
But, the survey says that many parents who buy from a store are left with only a small number of pairs of glasses available to them.
Parents will be able to find these glasses at the store, but the price will be different than the prices they pay at the eyeworkeemarket.com.
Parents are also likely to spend more on their kids’ glasses if the child’s parents already own them.
A parent who has a younger child, or a parent with a baby, will earn twice as much as a parent who already has the glasses, but only if the baby has them as well.
The survey also showed that parents who already have two or more glasses may want to spend even more.
For parents who have at least one pair of sunglasses, a parent may earn three times as much if the son has one and the daughter has one.
Some parents may not realize that the glasses are not for them, because they might be uncomfortable wearing them.
The glasses themselves are comfortable and well made, and many parents find the way they look makes them feel comfortable wearing the glasses to their kids.
If parents don’t have a child, they may feel the same way.
Eyewebelter says that the survey is just one of the studies it’s done on the topic.
“There are a lot of other studies that have shown that children who grow up wearing glasses are less likely to go on to graduate school, and that the type of glasses they buy and how they wear them have a big impact on their future earnings,” it said.
“Parents have access to so many different styles that are so affordable, so accessible, and so comfortable, that they’re likely to be able spend more time with their children and more time in the world together.”