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I have been using Pierre Cardin glasses recently that feels too big and have decided to look different by trying a Moscot Lemtosh glasses that just feel right. Which one fits me better? Help me know, please. Thanks all
post #2792 of 2805
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Originally Posted by Lilpasha View Post

I have been using Pierre Cardin glasses recently that feels too big and have decided to look different by trying a Moscot Lemtosh glasses that just feel right. Which one fits me better? Help me know, please. Thanks all

Lemtosh looks great. You look fobby (sorry) with the square ones.
post #2793 of 2805
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Originally Posted by guss View Post
 

Does anybody know the eyewear Willem Dafoe is wearing in the movie The Fault in our Stars?

 

 

 

Best regards, Guss

 

Hi Guss! Did you find out about this glasses? I'm also trying to know which brand are those. Thanks

post #2794 of 2805
@Nicolas, no unfortunately not. But please let me know if you find them.

Kind regards, Guss
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Hey,

has anyone an idea about the brand of this glasses?

post #2796 of 2805
Hey all. I'm trying to source the glasses Michele De Lucchi is wearing on the cover of Surface Magazine. They could be custom, but I thought I'd ask around in case anyone has an idea.

Thanks,
C
post #2797 of 2805
He's wearing Sama Federicos. Matte Beige/Tortoise color.
post #2798 of 2805
Going to pick up a pair of O'Malleys but torn between the Olive Tortoise and the Brown Tortoise Cream. Olive skin tone, blackish-brown hair, dark brown eyes with a little more green than red tone. Getting these on Ebay and don't really have a chance to try either of them out (OP is sold out of both). Any advice on which I should go for?
post #2799 of 2805
Toss up really. Both are unique but I like the second one a little bit more. Really depends on how much you want them to be a statement piece. I have Amber and tort frames that are great but don't go with everything. I wound up getting another pair of glasses just for days where Amber didn't work. I liken that to the olive...my .02
post #2800 of 2805
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Originally Posted by OmniscientCause View Post

Toss up really. Both are unique but I like the second one a little bit more. Really depends on how much you want them to be a statement piece. I have Amber and tort frames that are great but don't go with everything. I wound up getting another pair of glasses just for days where Amber didn't work. I liken that to the olive...my .02

The Amber Tort (yellow?) is a little too extreme for me, but I think the Olive is actually somewhat closer to a brown color than it is a green. Tough to tell though really...
post #2801 of 2805
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Originally Posted by Spaghettimatt View Post

The Amber Tort (yellow?) is a little too extreme for me, but I think the Olive is actually somewhat closer to a brown color than it is a green. Tough to tell though really...

Yea just the face is yellow the sides are tort...I posted my collection a few pages back if you really want to look.

Ive added OP anderson Black face with tort sides since taking that.
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I hate to take my sunglasses on and off if I have to go from indoor to outdoor or vice versa frequently.  Do photochromic sunglasses work as advertised and they look just like slightly tinted eyeglasses indoor?  If so, which brand is best and you can really notice the transition in the lenses?

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Got my response from reddit
Edited by blaze - 5/25/15 at 9:40pm
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For those of you that own Lindberg glasses, how comfortable are the nose pads? I switched to ones without them after my nose would get a bitt sore and red after wearing them all day.
post #2805 of 2805
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Originally Posted by WSJ1 View Post

For those of you that own Lindberg glasses, how comfortable are the nose pads? I switched to ones without them after my nose would get a bitt sore and red after wearing them all day.

About as comfortable as nose-pads get and with 6 variations (size/material/profile) to get it just right.
As usual though, it's important to get the nose-pad arms properly adjusted, to reduce any pressure points, however a little redness is often quite hard to avoid after a full day of wear, depending on the weight of your lenses.
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