Get A Nerd-Chic Makeover During Warby Parker's Roving Pop-Up

Food and fashion — both are wonderful things on their own, but once you put 'em on wheels? We love them even more. Now, in the vein of the food trucks we adore so much, the Warby Parker folks are driving into town in a retrofitted school bus full of its trademark awesome glasses. (You read that correctly: You can step out on your lunch break and grab a taco…and some new frames.)
For the nine-city Class Trip event, the bus is stocked with the brand's complete inventory, including sunglasses and the new holiday collection — inspired by the likes of Cary Grant in The Bishop's Wife and Jimmy Stewart in The Shop Around The Corner. Luckily, it'll be in D.C. for two more weeks as part of a six-month tour, which gives you plenty of time to stop by and stock up on some new frames (as always, $95 a pop), grab some snacks, and partake in the great frame-up.
When: Now through Sunday, November 25.
Where: Various locations in D.C. See the route here.

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