Warby Parker Class Trip Brings Hip Eyewear Fashions To DC With Mobile Pop-Up Store

They are one of the hottest names in eyewear today and according to a recent 60 Minutes episode, a rising alternative to the monopoly of expensive eyewear brands. I first discovered Warby Parker through their awesome try-at-home program and they are now my favorite pair of glasses. I was excited to have them invite me to spend some time with them and become their DC “class rep” as their Warby Parker Class Trip arrives in Washington, DC for the month.

In the middle of a cross-country road trip, the Warby Parker Class Trip is a mobile showroom in the form of a yellow school bus complete with vintage decorations, a photo booth, and their complete collection of frames ready for you to try on. A perfect opportunity to get hands-on with The Internet’s hippest eyewear shop.

They will be in Washington, DC til November 25th. From November 9th-11th, 16th-18th, and 23rd-25th they will be parked in the lot next to the PNC Bank in Georgetown on M St. between Wisconsin and 31st St NW. From November 13th-15th they will be at Woodrow Wilson Plaza. The bus will be open 11 AM – 7 PM daily.

See more images from the bus below.


Patrick has been blogging since before it was called blogging. At We Love DC Patrick covers local Theatre, and whatever catches his eye. Patrick’s blog stories, rants, and opinions have been featured in The Washington City Paper, Washington Post Express, CNN, Newschannel 8 Washington, and NBC Washington. See why Patrick loves DC.

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