Definition of sunglass
1 : a convex lens for converging the sun's rays
2 sunglasses plural : glasses to protect the eyes from the sun
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For city walking, Diana Nyad and Bonnie Stoll recommend carrying these items in a day pack: • water •sunscreen • sunglasses• lip balm •
A stethoscope, sunglasses and $2 in cash were reported stolen at 8:24 a.m. May 27 from an unlocked vehicle parked on the first block of Shelburne Drive.
Along with an Uber tent, where sunglasses were being passed out, lyft - another transportation company - was based near the No. 2 hole.
As if Western Washington residents unaccustomed to sunshine and hot weather didn’t have enough to deal with — sunglasses?
To up the glam factor, add a matching lip color and huge sunglasses.
Wang stands transfixed in her skin-tight fuchsia minidress and oversized glam-girl sunglasses, her outfit popping out against the crowd of straw visors and denim shorts.
A rose-gold watch brings the bling without overwhelming rosy sunglasses.
Above: Chanel fantasy tweed jacket, $8.500, and dress, $6,400, chanel.com; Marc Jacobs sunglasses, $200, otticanet.com; Alison Lou earrings, price upon request, alisonlou.com.
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