sunnies


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sunnies

(ˈsʌnɪz)
pl n
(Clothing & Fashion) informal a pair of sunglasses
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WHETHER IT'S SUNNIES FOR THE HOT DAYS OR WELLIES FOR WHEN THE WEATHER GOES FULL BRITISH AND THE SKIES EMPTY, YOU WON'T FEEL UNPREPARED.
The right pair of sunnies can turn an average outfit into a triumph, especially if they're one of the latest crop of celebapproved shades.
The good news is that these skinny, eyebrowrevealing sunnies are less than PS100 - but if you want an even cheaper pair, Topshop does a decent PS20 dupe.
To further spice it up, Magnum collaborated with fashion designers Amina Aranaz and Boom Sason, and eyewear brand Sunnies Studios.
We're just not quite sure what Her Royal Highness would have made of the sunnies that seem to be slipping from the actress's head.
A NEW pair of sunnies is an affordable way to update any outfit.
While it's not time to pack away our sunnies just yet, Ms Lowe did warn of thundery downpours today.
EMMA JOHNSON picks out super sunnies that don't cost a fortune 1 back to black Think bigger is better?
WITH the sun finally making an appearance, there's no better time to treat yourself to a new pair of sunnies.
ADESIGNER dress straight off the runway is something most of us can only dream of owning - but a pair of sunnies from our favourite catwalk brands?
Just because a pair of sunnies is darker than others doesn't mean it offers better protection