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Inside the Warby Parker Bus, Now Parked in Georgetown

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Images: Adele Chapin

Yesterday, Warby Parker's Class Trip bus pulled into the parking lot near PNC Bank at M Street and Wisconsin Avenue in Georgetown. The eyewear pop-up shop is going to be parked there for a long time, through Black Friday, the holidays, until December 22 when they leave town. We climbed on the bus and snapped some photos of the many, many frame options on board. The main wall of glasses are priced at $95, with most sunglasses running $95 without a prescription and $150 with a prescription. Glasses with stainless steel frames are a bit more, priced at $145. Shoppers who buy non-prescription sunglasses can take them home, and all prescription glasses can be ordered on the bus for home delivery.

And because this is Warby Parker, there are plenty of fun details, like a little library on the bus and a fancy photobooth set up outside. Check out the gallery after the jump.

· The Warby Parker Bus Is Sticking Around D.C. For Two Months [Racked DC]
· Warby Parker Class Trip [Official Site]
· Warby Parker [Official Site]