According to the description, this print is meant to be wall art for a baby's nursery.
However, I'm thinking that it could wall art for people of any age.
Well, it's a brand-new month, and despite the fact that apparently Mother Nature decided to take an ill-advised half-step backwards during the month of April, I'm hoping that May is going to be a lot warmer and sunnier as we move from late spring to early summer. And it is with that hope in mind (and the knowledge that the Kentucky Derby is just around the corner) that I write today's post, which is gonna be all about wide-brimmed sun hats. Because wide-brimmed sun hats are where functionality and fabulosity meet.
Don't believe me? Try this one on for size:
Looks like something out of a old-school Hollywood movie, doesn't it? It's positively freakin' glamorous, and structurally simple at the same time. You just can't lose with a hat like this.
Next up is this supremely floppy straw hat, which I'll admit is probably not that great when it comes to peripheral vision. However, if you want to project an air of mystery, this hat will deliver that by the butt-load.
I like the multicolored stripes on this wide-brimmed hemp hat. They strike me as being bright enough for spring and bold enough for summer, which means that you could feasibly wear this hat from Memorial Day 'til Labor Day.
Of course, what kind of a sun hat post would this be without a vintage straw one? A pretty sad one, which is why I just included the one above.
And just because I know it's still somewhat stubbornly cold in some parts of the world, here's a wide-brimmed sun hat made from wool felt:
It's the little holes around the edge of the brim that really makes it, I think.
See you Friday!