Brooks Brothers Netted Sinamay Straw Derby Hat
  • Tory Burch Classic Grosgrain Fedora
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    An accessory brimming with style: Our Classic Grosgrain Fedora channels a Sixties-chic, holiday-on-the-Riviera vibe in breathable straw with a logo-stamped metallic plaque. It can pull together casual and dressy looks and makes a sophisticated finishing touch while sunning poolside. Woven straw.
  • Eugenia Kim Jordana Canvas Hat
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    Eugenia KimJordana Canvas Hat, IvoryDetailsEugenia Kim Jordana hat made of white canvas.Printed satin ribbon around crown.Malleable trapunto stitched brim.Made in USA of Peruvian materials.Designer About Eugenia Kim Hats:Eugenia Kim, who attended Parsons School of Design, launched her line in 1998 after a hat she had created to hide a bad haircut caught the attention of several SoHo storeowners. Her unique millinery creations, crafted from woven, felt, and straw materials, are trimmed with vintage ribbons and feathers.
  • Genie by Eugenia Kim Edie Crochet Straw Fedora with Braided Band
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    Paper/cotton/jute. Spot clean only. Imported. 1.75" Brim. Braided band above brim.
  • Free People Serena Straw Floppy Hat
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    Floppy wide brim straw hat with natural straw cap and striped ribbon brim. Braided rope cinch with wooden bead pull. Comfortable ribbon liner. By Sun ‘N’ Sand. Straw. Import.
  • Eric Javits Maribel Wide-Brim Squishee Hat
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    Eric JavitsMaribel Wide-Brim Squishee Hat, WhiteDetailsSquishee straw with wide lattice brim.Man-made fibers are woven to resemble straw but are more comfortable, flexible, durable.The designer's signature Squishee design allows hat to be packed and still spring back undamaged to its original shape.22 1/2" circumference.Made in USA of imported materials.Designer About Eric Javits:Eric Javits is known for his collections of inventive hats, handbags, and shoes-all of which are designed to complement one another in a mix-and-match fashion. His designs are in the archives of the Metropolitan Museum of Art's Costume Institute, recognized for their uncompromising design and enduring style.
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