Mad About Hats

April 06, 2010

Call it a post Alice in Wonderland high but we can't get enough of these tasty toppers for summer and spring.
Mad About Hats

Between the influx of hats peeking on to runways and the photos snapped on some of our favorite fashion blogs, our trend forecasting radar is telling us hats are what's up this season. We've shown you our favorite picks for the colder months, but naturally we deem it only fair that we share with you the most StyledOn hats we've found for spring and summer. We've already shared our favorite picks for spring sunnies, now it's time we take a closer look at what goes on above the eye.

Panama HatsThe Panama Hat

J. Crew Panama HatAfter spotting this model (pictured at top) outside the Kenzo show in Paris last month, it was only a matter of time before J.Crew recreated the felt version of the Panama hat in its original straw material. And if she's not enough reason to get this hat on your head, just think, Ernest Hemingway (grandfather to StyledOn Icon, Dree) rarely left home without one.

Straw Panama Hat, $58.

Sun HatsThe Floppy Hat

Floppy HatWe love the floppy hat because it's multifunctional. It not only offers protection against ultra-violet rays but will also work as a noble shield against things you don't particularly care to see... all the while looking super StyledOn. Style and utlility, what more can we ask?

Emilio Pucci Medea Large Hat, $425.


Bowler HatsThe Bowler Hat

Bowler HatYes, it's true, Charlie Chaplin was the first to lend fame to the beloved bowler hat. Still, it wasn't until the likes of Rachel Bilson, Sienna Miller, and Keira Knightley donned the look in equally attractive ways that we fell victim to this trend.

Bowler hat, $39.99.



We're a team that wears many hats, so we'll be rocking each of these. Which will you be wearing this spring?


  • LeandraMedine

    over 7 years ago


    Who wore it best? Leandra Medine, obviously.

  • Amelia

    over 7 years ago


    i, for one, feel the instant need for a new hat after reading this.

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