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post #241 of 680
It really is up to what feels right on you- generally though, long thin faces, for exmple, can easily support round frames, then thing about the opposite, etc.
post #242 of 680

      


Edited by Tic - 7/18/11 at 12:58am
post #243 of 680
I like the shape of those Olive Peoples Tycoons.
post #244 of 680
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Originally Posted by Tic View Post
What are some good eyeglass stores in the DC/Maryland area? I'm especially interested in any that sell Mykita frames.

I know that Georgetown Optician sells them through their online store; I assume they have a physical D.C. location that does the same.
post #245 of 680
http://img149.imageshack.us/img149/5628/1002745xo7.jpg

These Ben Shermans are what I recently got (but in a darker gray) and I love them, I can see these being the glasses I wear for the rest of my life
post #246 of 680
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Originally Posted by Crooow View Post
I know that Georgetown Optician sells them through their online store; I assume they have a physical D.C. location that does the same.

Georgetown Opticians in.. Georgetown. I just got some Oliver Peoples from there. They have a great selection, the staff is very helpful and knowledgeable, and they're really willing to cut a deal if your insurance doesn't cover anything.
post #247 of 680
i'm also interested in getting a new pair. i have a longer face (asian , if it matters) and i think a thinner, silver frame would suit me. any recommendations? edit: a pair like david wallace's from The Office strikes my style.
post #248 of 680
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i'm also interested in getting a new pair.

i have a longer face (asian , if it matters) and i think a thinner, silver frame would suit me. any recommendations?

edit: a pair like david wallace's from The Office strikes my style.

Have you looked at Mykita?
post #249 of 680
nope but i am now . i don't know many designer brands other than armani, etc. wouldn't mind one of those but rather find something else.. but these are very nice.
post #250 of 680
Searched the thread but didn't find anything... Can anybody comment Kala frames? They're supposedly made in the usa in california i think? Any knowledge of the brand and/or thoughts on quality/design would be appreciated.
post #251 of 680
Hey I got a question about glasses. Can anyone link me to a type I'm looking for? I'm chinese, around 15 and not sure if my face shape. I am guessing it is round. I'm looking for a pair of glasses that matchs with my look. My look is kind of scene/punk/skater/emo in one. I want those glasses where people wear it with bangs. Someone in my school has this look but I don't know where to get it.

The glasses itself is a square, black, full framed. It is suppose to look really big of your face and the bottom section is longer a bit. Anyone know what I'm talking about? It is big.
post #252 of 680
speaking of frames...what do yall think about my frames? do they fit me? btw they're giorgio armani GA 302 - black
post #253 of 680
those look good on you.
post #254 of 680
I have a question about Mikli's range of glasses. Am I right to assume that in terms of price, the order is as follows:

1) Stark (Most expensive)
2) Alain Mikli
3) Mikli Mikli

Is one range markedly better than another in terms of quality?
post #255 of 680
I wear these:



Armani GA 467

I'd be getting some Oliver Peoples in the near future, should check out their Boxley eyeglasses.
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