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Jacques Marie Mage - Wolves, Obnoxious Acetate and The American Dream

oudwood

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As always great pictures. To be honest I much prefer the ordinary wirecore, but this pair is handsome nevertheless.

Everyone is entitled to their own opinion, but in this case, yours is absolutely wrong haha. This wirecore pattern is so regal and elegant in comparison..
 

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True. I may look into the Debbie. Very sharp and angular, but not huge.

Dude those are so cool, def try them on if you can. I'm also very into the idea a smaller short frame, and I wish I didn't have such terrible vision and I'm concerned about the field of vision.
 

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Are these the Henry's????
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Anyone get the Richard yet? Curious to see how it looks on someone. 🤔

Also curious, the Richard is on top of my list. Unfortunately JMM did not provide any website fit pictures. Maybe you can get an impression from this photo of the original inspiration, the photographer Richard Avedon.

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Have to admit that I don't think round frames look good on the vast majority of faces including that 1.
Agreed and including mine too.
These Phillip Johnson / Roger Stone type glasses don’t really work for most people. They appear to be more about making a ‘look at me!’ statement than about creating some sort of congruent style. Anyway they rarely look good.
 

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Eyevan 353E. Very JMM Jax-like. Seems like high quality. Not JMM, but very close.

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im Always confused by seemingly different companies with the same Eyevan name….. but yeah they are good quality but the acetate is not as thick and the hardware is always a little less substantial but they make great opticals…..
 

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Eyevan 353E. Very JMM Jax-like. Seems like high quality. Not JMM, but very close.
I love the Jax. Old school charm for the modern age. Those Eyevans look great as well.

Please stop doing this FPS (F*cking pointless ****). It’s not big or clever.
Breh. With all my respect to a page 17 feller: Chillax.

“Yeah so no” is widely used today in informal conversation and can be heard on radio, television, movie shows, and random conversations on the street. The young people use it to say “I understand what you’re saying, and here’s my take on it.”

I also use “IT’S NOT OK!” (All capitals for shouting.). This is commonly used to show unjustified extreme outrage.

“Wow. Just….wow” is used by the whipper snappers to show shocking disbelief while feigning an inner calm.

I have used all of these sayings in accordance modern societal norms, however crazy and nonsensical they maybe. For my message to be received, it must be understood by the intended audience. There are many whipper snappers who would otherwise not grasp the depth of my emotion unless I use extreme and hyperbolic phrases. Tis the nature of our modern society, regrettable as it is.

Kindly stop policing my written word. I endeavor to remain relevant by using the latest vernacular used by the young whipper snappers.

That being said, I will entertain no additional comments on this fabricated controversy, as it detracts from our collective enthusiasm for JMM (Jacques Marie Mage). Move along. Nothing to see here; no lollygagging and/or rubbernecking.

Onward on upward, folx! Let’s hear about the excitement of upcoming purchases!
 

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