The Instagrammable Hat Brands You Need to Shop for Summer

The big straw hat trend is as effortless as the hairstyles we plan on wearing it with this summer so naturally, hat binge shopping is in order. Boaters, straw hats, panama hats, you name it we hat to have it. Here we rounded up our favorite brands to throw shade in this summer—keep scrolling to familiarize yourself with them.

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Sensi Studio

Warning: Summer without Sensi Studio accessories will be boring. The brand's chic panama hats and bold-colored bucket bags give beach days a glamorous touch.

  

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Legra

For a simple add-on to your summer ensemble, look to Legra's clean hats and Bali-inspired bamboo bags, neither which need to actually be worn to be considered feed-worthy.

 

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Gigi Burris

Pretending to live the yacht life like Bella Hadid is a breeze when the Gigi Burris Coco Beret (pictured here) is perched on your head. Summer brides-to-be searching for wedding headwear should check out the designer's bridal veils and clips.

 

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Janessa Leoné

LA-based designer Janessa Leoné infuses classic styles with Angeleno influences. Case in point: this boater adorned with metal caged pattern that makes loose, textured waves look OUAI resortwearish.

 

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Lola Hats

A love affair with raffia straw fedoras and visors is bound to form when anything by Lola Hats touches your mane. The Brooklyn-made brand has us crushing on this poolside-perfect cap created in collaboration with Marysia

 

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PanmMilli

One doesn't expect cute summer staples to come out of Canada but that's where PanMilli hats hail from. Thankfully, the customizable straw hats in various styles can be shipped anywhere in the world. Add any trim from pom-poms to sequins and favorite embroidered phrases. OUAI Tired, anyone?

 

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Inland Venice

Inland Venice sells a variety of cool brands, including custom-made hats by Alberto, a third generation master craftsman whose work has been seen on muses like Beyoncé, Pharrell, and Diane Keaton.

 

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Johanna Ortiz

The Colombian designer calls on fashion inspiration from her lively Latin American culture. Click here to shop more statement styles from the tropical line.

 

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The Wise Hatter

A pink hat isn't the signature of The Wise Hatter's Brandon Wise, but this 10X High Mesa trimmed in black with a deep red leather band and gloss black studs is a welcomed departure from the desert hats inspired by his Native American heritage (which we're also major fans of). Stop by his shop in Venice to get a custom creation.

 

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Lack of Color Hats

Our minimalist chic-loving hearts pitter patter at the sight of any Lack of Color hat. Designed in Australia, the brand's an influencer favorite, and offers worldwide shipping. Pictured here is the Montana Ivory Bone. 

 

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Domenica the Label

Though small in numbers, Domenica the Label's collection features luxe getaway hat essentials that make day two hair look expensive.

 

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Worth & Worth

Boho-chic meets festival-forever feels are what you'll find in each hat from Worth & Worth by Orlando Palacios carefully crafted in New York City.

 

 

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Eric Javits

A clear bucket hat to go with your favorite OUAI Mini Envelope Clutch? Thank Eric Javits for the transparent turn up.

 

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Jacquemus

We saved the most Instagrammable hat for last. Nonfunctional who? The famous life-size Jacquemus hat could easily double as your beach umbrella. Sadly though the handcrafted extra large “La Bomba” straw hat sweeping everyone's feed is currently out of stock. The good news is it comes in a smaller size that is available.

 

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