sunspecs

sunspecs

(ˈsʌnspɛks)
pl n
an informal name for sunglasses
Translations

sunspecs

[ˈsʌnˌspɛks] npl (fam) → occhiali mpl da sole
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Obviously practitioners can offer photochromic spectacle lenses or prescription sunglasses, but often patients are more excited by the prospect of a new pair of designer sunspecs.
KIDS PICK up some little sunspecs at Mothercare, for girly girls of three years plus this red polka dot pair is ideal, or for babies check out these Around the World sunglasses, both pounds 5 each.
SPLIT: Ex-hubby Croft NEW SQUEEZE: Kerry gets a grip of lover Adam SHADES OF ROMANCE Couple snog in sunspecs and, inset, Kerry lifts glasses
AND then a voice came from above and, lo, it was Posh who said unto the world: Thou shalt not leave the house without designer sunspecs, neither shalt thou go forth in matching undies.
And today, with designer frames and prescription sunspecs available to all, everyone can be a film star.
If the trade war starts, the price of imported American goods such as Levi jeans, designer T-shirts and Ray-Ban sunspecs could rise by at least one-third.
Jimmy is sporting pink, floral sunspecs he once wore on Top Of The Pops and is carrying a four and a half foot broadsword.
Coco Chanel made them chic in the 1920s and, in the way things come full circle, this summer Chanel designer sunspecs are the hottest brand in town.
I can see them both now, sharing a last Cornetto, him in his little trunks, her in a floppy hat, both in kiddies' gaudy sunspecs, as the sun sets over the Aegean
I accept that there's every chance I'll end up in the Costa Del Accident and Emergency after a misguided attempt to prove to the kids that I'm as good at beach volleyball as the impossibly chic French mother with the rock-hard abs, thong bikini and designer sunspecs.