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Do you have a photo of those frames? The only ones I see on the website are the sunglasses. Also how does the virtual trunk show work? I don't know enough about eye glasses to imagine I would get an advantage out of bespoke but MTO sounds appealing.
We have fitting pairs in both NY shops and will have Nacky and Mocky over Zoom to consult with materials and fit. You can check out some more images of glasses here.
Curious, can prescription lenses be purchased with Nackymade?
Yes!
 

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Could we get those frames and lenses reimbursed through typical vision insurance plans or FSAs?
 

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I like the RJ feature you have up on your site now. The olive cord suit and model 1 suit look particularly nice and that blue jacket is very unexpected, but not too bold at all.
 

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Those 10th anniversary ties look great! I don’t need them whatsoever but tempted to pick up a few for when things hopefully get back to “normal.”
 

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Wearing the cotton linen city hunter jacket. Makes for a great WFH layer. regret not getting the wool jersey city hunter tho
I also have the cotton-linen and have also sometimes regretted not getting the wool. How warm is the wool? I got the cotton-linen because I live in a generally warm climate, but if the wool is lightweight enough then I'll kick myself because it has better drape
 

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Wool is significantly lighter and insulates better. Definitely more versatile. I got my cotten-linen CH towards the beginning of Spring and like the stiffness of the fabric and how it supported the collar while popped.
 

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Wool is significantly lighter and insulates better. Definitely more versatile. I got my cotten-linen CH towards the beginning of Spring and like the stiffness of the fabric and how it supported the collar while popped.
So you think the wool is wearable even during summer? How much heavier is it than cotton-linen?
 

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