By Emily Tait
People on a budget for their summer wardrobes have been advised to try buying a new pair of sunglasses.
Celebrity fashion stylist Neil Rodgers said that shades are "a relatively inexpensive way of making any outfit look better".
He pointed out that they are one celebrity accessory that ordinary people could also purchase.
Dolce & Gabbana frames, for example, "look expensive and it"s a designer label".
People who want to carry on wearing their old sunglasses but have damaged the fit through pushing the frames to the tops of their heads were recently given advice.
Deanna Turner used an examiner.com article to explain how to readjust the arms of plastic glasses so that they fit again.
She suggested putting the sunglasses into hot water from the tap for one minute, which will soften the arms.
They can then be pressed gently back into the required shape, with the plastic hardening as it cools down.
by Adrian Galbreth