So, if you haven’t noticed, I rock glasses. I have recently purchased my new pair and I am in love with them. But, when Warby Parker invited me to their pop up shop, WP Class Trip, I knew had to bring my class along!
In the heart of West Hollywood, their pop up shop, set on a corner lot was a swanky and decked our tour bus that looks unassuming on the outside, but once you step inside, it is a whole new world. And I liked it!
One of the things I did not know, actually I learned so much more about Warby Parker, but this day, I learned that they fashion all of their glasses from top to bottom… there is no middle man- major eyeglass retailer or manufacturer stepping in. I love that they have a buy one give a pair charitable program, and their glasses are HELLA CUTE! I even found a pair that I love!
Their marketing team was too cute and cool! Laid back, knowledgable, and kind- YES. The fact that they were finishing each other’s sentences was quite cute! But their passion about eyewear, I have neer seen! Enough to have me looking around for a pair of $95 frames! YES. $95. Prices range, but for the most part, you can score new eyes for $95.
So this is what I rocked to the WP Class Trip (now remember I was teaching to, so I had to keep it business casual!): I am here in my new Torrid Stiletto Jeans in the longer inseam! I pair my pants with my new Daniel Rainn Leopard Blazer from HauteLook! A Neon green/yellow tank top from Rachel Pally and Seychelles flats!
Get My Look:Torrid Stiletto Jeans Daniel Rainn Jacket from HauteLook (invite to site in link) Neon Green Tank (Rachel Pally/gifted) Seychelles Flats (really old- four to five years?) Similar ones here!
And because no trip is official until we get a class photo….
What do you think? Sounds like a cool company huh!?! DO you have a pair from them? Buying glasses online always made me nervous, but now, I am all cool about it! Especially since I know the whole process!