Most opticians can make up a pair of plano (No Rx) glasses, but if you want one with your Rx in it, you will have to see an optometrist or if necessary, an ophthalmologist. If you are much older than 40, you need to emphasize to the doctor that your using these for near work. Take a tape measure and measure your usual working distance. If you want an oversized lens (wraparound), you will likely have to get a bifocal with a line. I don't think anyone is making a progressive (no line) in wrap around. I have a great pair of sun glasses that wrap around, just too dark for shop use.
I like Oliver's solution best of anything I've seen so far to wear over normal sized glasses. But if you have a really large pair of glasses, they might not quite fit. The pair Oliver suggested is only about $7, so you can order several pair , given that so many of us have the put-em-down-somewhere-but-I-can't-remember-where syndrome. That means at least 4 pair for me.
The more I do, the less I accomplish.