sunnies


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sunnies

(ˈsʌnɪz)
pl n
(Clothing & Fashion) informal a pair of sunglasses
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Kendall was being all shy and retiring in New York while Kylie peeped over her sunnies to make sure people knew it was her in Calabasas, California.
Sunnies three's a Fashion IT girl Alexa Chung, 31, ex-Girls Aloud singer Nicola Roberts, 29 and Hollywood actress Julianne Moore, 54, all know that there's nothing softer and more sophisticated than sumptuous velvet.
Paired with a white fedora hat, oversized sunnies and leather sandals, this is the perfect look for a sunny stroll around town.
Adopting the 'if it ain't broke don't fix it' mantra he opted for a grey suit and contrasting waistcoat - plus tortoiseshell sunnies - to attend both the Topman Design show and the Burberry Prorsum show.
Pairing her daring one-piece with chic cats-eye sunnies and a beach towel underarm, this look oozes Hollywood glamour.
Actress Sienna Miller looks ready for the summer season in her cream shift dress, oversized sunnies and mint appliqued Burberry clutch.
The Disney stars kept their look simple with cropped tops, shorts and sunnies.
The attitude of the Baghdat Government also troubles Sunnies in the area.
A bonus is that big sunnies stop hats slipping forward
This terrific, wildly-inventive Aussie yarn is set at the beach where a decrepit old woman bedecked with hat and sunnies is lounging in a deckchair, unaware of changes some naughty kids have made to her sandwich filling.