These straw toppers are the chicest way to shield your eyes from the sun.

By Rebecca Daly
July 20, 2016
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Bright rainbow pom-pom trim means this hat goes with any color, but our fashion editors think it looks best (and stands out most) when paired with crisp summer whites.To buy: $51, asos.com.
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Bright rainbow pom-pom trim means this hat goes with any color, but our fashion editors think it looks best (and stands out most) when paired with crisp summer whites.

To buy: $51, asos.com.

theoutnet.com

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Even though the brim on this Panama style is wide enough to shade your eyes, it’s hard not to have a sunny outlook while wearing this whimsically unfinished, feather-banded hat.

To buy: $80, theoutnet.com.

ae.com

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Two contrasting hues of paper straw are interwoven into an intricate pattern that gives this floppy sunhat a little added interest.

To buy: $10, ae.com.

forever21.com

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Looking to add just a touch of flair to your favorite jeans-and-tee look? The slim, Southwestern-inspired band and highly textured weave on this fedora will do the trick.

To buy: $15, forever21.com.

lackofcolor.com.au

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Summer’s biggest trend (in straw hats, at least) is the classic boater, and Australian-based brand Lack of Color really nails it. Think of this style as a refresh to your tried-and-true fedora.

To buy: $59, lackofcolor.com.au.

shoplululuxe.com

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This wide-brimmed raffia sunhat is vacation—and Instagram—ready.

To buy: $65, shoplululuxe.com.

jcrew.com

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You can never go wrong with something as classically cool as a Panama hat, whether you’re wearing it with a sundress, boyfriend jeans, or just a swimsuit. Bright white toquilla straw gives this one a particularly fresh feel.

To buy: $58, jcrew.com.