Color — Natural
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Like a vacation in hat form, this boater is handwoven in Mexico from sturdy palm leaves, meaning it travels well and somehow manages never to get bent out of shape. Design details you’ll love: The extra-wide brim, which dips gently in the front, and the inner elastic liner (genius) that ensures a perfectly snug fit. And like most of Lack of Color’s classic styles, it’s fortified with UPF 50—so you’re covered.
This Australian label crafts hats as laid back as the land they hail from (and as cool as the vintage pieces they’re inspired by). Lack of Color was founded in 2011 by Tess Corvaia, a buyer in her past life, and Robert Tilbury, a graphic designer and photographer by trade. Since then, they’ve developed a global following and their innovative, easy-to-wear styles have become favorites among big names in fashion.