warbyparker @lucasjnavarro captures the sun setting over NYC (as seen through Vaughan in Eastern Bluebird Fade). 20h

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warbyparker We think there's a crystal frame for everyone. Have you added a pair to your #WarbyHomeTryOn yet? 22h

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warbyparker McKenna from our Creative team sporting a pair of Quentin sunglasses in her Frame Studio portrait—visit us in Chicago to take one of your own! #smilechicago 2d

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warbyparker Regram from @warbybarker@andrew_icant wears Ormsby in English Oak to match his coat! 2d

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warbyparker We welcome new members of our team to the office with—what else—a #warbyblue balloon! Want to work with us? warbyparker.com/jobs 2d

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warbyparker Our new Spring Collection frames look good in any weather. Pictured: Haskell in Crystal. 3d

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warbyparker @oliviawitherite gathered an impressive bunch of tortoiseshell options for her #WarbyHomeTryOn. 3d

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warbyparker Snow-topped #warbyblue. 3d

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warbyparker Washington Street sure looks pretty in the midst of a blizzard. Our NYC and Boston stores will be closed tomorrow—stay safe and warm! 4d

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warbyparker Gracie adds a dash of color—Watts in Blue Sapphire—for her portrait in our Chicago Frame Studio. Visit us at 837 W. Armitage Ave to take a photo of your own! #smilechicago 4d

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warbyparker @nickpak practices a little magic with his #WarbyHomeTryOn. 4d

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warbyparker @tryshka shares a few of her favorite things, including her Baxter frames. 7d

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warbyparker Introducing Aurelia Tortoise: with specks of blue, purple, and peach, this splashy new hue sure does remind us of, say, a jellyfish. (So, we named it after a jellyfish!) 7d

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warbyparker Before leaving to study abroad in Denmark, @hhhelenli packed up her essentials (her Crane frames included). 1w

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warbyparker This sweet smile was captured in the Warby Parker Frame Studio last week. Stop by to take a photo of your own! We're located at 837 W. Armitage Ave. #smilechicago 1w

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warbyparker Or from our Creative team has set an ambitious resolution for the new year! Stop by one of our retail stores to write your own resolution on a postcard before the end of January—we'll then send it back to you later in the year! 1w

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warbyparker Meet Archie in Citron, a circular style with a little bit of edge introduced with our Spring Collection. It's the perfect frame to help plan your next voyage. 1w

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warbyparker There’s still time to make a New Year’s resolution! Come by our stores and write yours down on a post card illustrated by @juliarothman. We'll send it back to you later in the year (it’ll be a nice little treat in the mail). 1w

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warbyparker Meet Sullivan in Saltwater Matte, a new style and a new hue from our Spring Collection. 1w

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warbyparker The sign at our Lexington Avenue store is a refurbishing of the prior sign, a vertical banner touting Lascoff Drugs—a pharmacy that closed in 2012 after 113 years in business. Rather than ditch the sign (blasphemy!) we gave it a fresh coat! 1w
  •   lovintorontorealestate Brilliant! 1w
  •   brianatleff Nice sign. 1w
  •   bxny4040 Great idea, it shows respect for the previous life of that sign. Well done! ! 1w
  •   wife_of_thomas How ironic that a small business went belly up and a chain takes its place and "respects" its sign 1w
  •   barrettlyle @wife_of_thomas I think they meant it would be blasphemous to not take advantage of a cool, actually vintage sign with a "New York spirit" that's already rooted in the scenery and everything. Would you rather them make their own sign that looks similar? Because the one they refurbished looks absolutely perfect and neatly fits into WP's "vintage vibes with modern lines" style and brand image. And so what if they respect the sign? What's so "ironic" about it? The old business closed. A new business- that happens to be a chain- came in. They're not asking for a medal here. They just took a picture of their new sign at a location, which looks cool, and uploaded to a social medium platform to help promote brand interest, which most companies do, and it works. I'm already wanting a new pair of WP's. Pipe down. 1w
  •   cw_ventura @jmtrotta yeah! That place was cool, glad Warby kept the sign - for the most part 4d

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