Saving Tips For The Summer Solstice

altSummer solstice: the longest (and hopefully sunniest) day of the year. As the first official day of summer 2010, it’s about time to make sure you’re prepared for what should be the most relaxing and frugal season. Also, be sure to check out our guide to free events going on today to celebrate the first day of summer!

To make the most of your summer, we want to make sure you’re set with a pair of fine and inexpensive shades. Our list of celeb-worthy stylish sunglasses are all for under $50. Likewise, we are all ready to hit the beach looking our best, but would never, ever buy super expensive swimsuits when there are so many cute suits that won’t hurt your wallet.

It is the summer solstice, but that doesn’t mean it’s time for sun worshiping. A beach glow doesn't have to be out of the question, even though we want to protect our skin. Check out our 5 best indoor, sunless tanning lotions to fake a luxurious tan (and skip out on those embarrassing burns).

For more frugal summer tricks, learn how to save on summer cooling expenses and taste test warm-weather rosé wines, all for less than 10 bucks.

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