LV Sunglasses

miss_chiff

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Yes, you should be able to. I've known someone to do this (non LV), and my practice said I can as well.
 

miss_chiff

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Mar 4, 2008
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I would also double check with your eye practice/eye insurance if applicable. In my case, I would just have to keep my receipt to reimburse with our eye ins carrier as we are allowed/covered for a certain amount credit on frames every two years (if frames are not purchased through eye practice). For us, lens replacements for frames are 'covered' more often than frame replacement. Keep us posted as too what you hear...I think it would be fabulous to go this route. Never cared for the quality frames available at the practice I go to, and the prices are marked up for what they are. Good luck!
 

jen7xx

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Apr 19, 2014
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I went to LV today and asked about the sunglasses. They said yes, you can get them made into prescription sunglasses. Just take them to your eye doctor and have them replace the lenses. They said they have customers do that all the time.