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Thanks, Moss. You're the king of Eidos.
To prove just how not on-trend I am, I had to Google j/w!

54L and keeping, btw.
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52 or 54?

j/w in case you decided that shepherds check isn't for you...
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Originally Posted by SeaJen View Post

Thanks, Moss. You're the king of Eidos.
To prove just how not on-trend I am, I had to Google j/w!

54L and keeping, btw.


whew, i wear 52R. Glad we won't have to duel.

Enjoy! They both look great!
post #33033 of 36403
So just ordered a pair of the Lesca Pica us sunglasses. Smaller lens than I seem to have otherwise. Hope they work out. Feel as if it's something I'm going to have to put on my face to judge.
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In a similar vein, is there anything you guys are looking to see worn by one of us that you can't quite grasp from the product photos? Fielding requests.

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Originally Posted by FrankCowperwood View Post

So just ordered a pair of the Lesca Pica us sunglasses. Smaller lens than I seem to have otherwise. Hope they work out. Feel as if it's something I'm going to have to put on my face to judge.

They're definitely on the smaller side, but imho that balances nicely with the slightly fashion-forward shape of the lenses.
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In a similar vein, is there anything you guys are looking to see worn by one of us that you can't quite grasp from the product photos? Fielding requests.

 

I think trouser fit pics are the most helpful, especially for the streetwear brands that feature cropped styles and looser fits.

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They're definitely on the smaller side, but imho that balances nicely with the slightly fashion-forward shape of the lenses.

Yes. The other measurements look reasonable and I am working under the assumption that both Lesca and NMWA know what they are doing. Not to say that every sunglasses suits every size and shape face, but I'm optimistic. Wouldn't waste their time otherwise.

And @conceptual 4est you guys were Johnny on the spot with fit pics of the Lescas. That was much appreciated.

I will also notet that when you google for images of Lesca Picas you find Spike Lee.
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post #33038 of 36403
Here are a few I would be interested in:

Merz B. tops
Monitaly Henley
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Originally Posted by FrankCowperwood View Post

Yes. The other measurements look reasonable and I am working under the assumption that both Lesca and NMWA know what they are doing. Not to say that every sunglasses suits every size and shape face, but I'm optimistic. Wouldn't waste their time otherwise.

And @conceptual 4est you guys were Johnny on the spot with fit pics of the Lescas. That was much appreciated.

I will also notet that when you google for images of Lesca Picas you find Spike Lee.

I had noticed that too when I did a search for fit pics of Picas a little while back; I think they are Spike Lee's signature eyewear. I was considering them myself due to the narrow lenses ( I have a narrow face), yet the frames themselves are fairly substantial and would doubtless add to overall width. Possible to get a measurement of full width? They do appear to be the narrowest of the bunch, though.

The Lunettes Koll. "Ready When You Are", their narrowest offering, worked out pretty well for me last year.
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Still waiting on floral shirt and cardigan shirt pics.
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Originally Posted by AJL View Post

I had noticed that too when I did a search for fit pics of Picas a little while back; I think they are Spike Lee's signature eyewear. I was considering them myself due to the narrow lenses ( I have a narrow face), yet the frames themselves are fairly substantial and would doubtless add to overall width. Possible to get a measurement of full width? They do appear to be the narrowest of the bunch, though.

The Lunettes Koll. "Ready When You Are", their narrowest offering, worked out pretty well for me last year.


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Originally Posted by SeaJen View Post

Thanks, Moss. You're the king of Eidos.
To prove just how not on-trend I am, I had to Google j/w!

54L and keeping, btw.



Snatched it up before I could. wink.gif
post #33043 of 36403
To give folks a frame of reference rimshot.gif here's a shot of my Lescas (with a couple of other pieces you might recognize).

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Will you be doing pre-orders for Inis Meain this Fall?

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Thread Starter 
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Will you be doing pre-orders for Inis Meain this Fall?

 

We don't do pre-orders with Inis Meain, because we always have a mid-season MTO/trunk show.

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