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are they Craigs'? snap! they're hot! is this why you went to N.Y.? 'cause I know that these lil' spectaculars begged a little N.Y. boutique situation, if'n y'all know what i mizzle.....they look great on you, diz...... ~love always, grandma
No, not quite Craig's and I bought them in Roanoke. I didn't have time to go to Alan Mickli's shop when I was in Manhattan.Thanks, grandma :-)
Damn, buy a razor hippie.Nice specs. I have a pair of Moschino glasses that look similar, but are a little smaller.
LOL. I thought about shaving before I shot that, but I didn't feel like it. I also should have wiped some of the grease of my face. Well, at least y'all know I'm not vain.I'll bet your frames look pretty fly. I wanted to go smaller, but I have a really big head, so small frames either look confining or simply don't fit.I have another pair in mind that are partially rimless that the optician's holding for me, but I don't know if I'll get them or not.
Nice specs! I've got a few pair around here somewhere, nothing quite that nice. I never wear them (even though I should), so why spend the dough? :-)
Thanks man :-)I don't know what I'd do without my glasses. My old ones were starting to give me headaches, so i tired to go without them some. big mistake. I didn't get the headaches, but it was really wearing me out trying to strain to see things.
You couldn't possibly look more enthused about sporting your new specs, now could you?? Smile Steve!! =)
Yeah, I look enthused to be there alright ;-)Actually, it's a self-portrait and this was my 30th attempt to take the picture. I looked like an even bigger doofus in the other 29 attempts.