Ah, the visor, dubious synthetic headwear of 80’s casino-dwellers. But clever Nordstrom has achieved the impossible with this black straw version; it’ll keep your face in the shade without flattening all of your hair. Genius! It also comes in a natural straw shade. Now £13.58, Nordstrom
Proving the classic boater is no longer just for junior school uniform (no? Only us?), this beribboned & Other Stories straw number is terribly St Trinians, but pared down with grown-up clothes like a simple shift or white shirt, blue jeans combo it’s decidedly grownup. £19, & Other Stories
We’d wear this one from John Lewis even when it isn’t sunny, like a hat equivalent of sunglasses indoors. Why? Because it would evoke a much-needed splash of Hollywood glamour into our lives. And we’d picture ourselves lounging poolside in St Tropez (or pretending to at Brockwell Lido, whatever). £22, John Lewis
‘Chic’ and ‘caps’ don’t usually find themselves in the same sentence. This dusky pink snapback from Anthropologie number is different, though. Good for travelling, it’s spot-on for humidity-hair days, or just adding a sporty nod to your look (and cheaper than a gym membership). £38, Anthropologie.com
Alright, don’t get too excited, but we think we’ve found the hat that would suit everyone. This black ASOS trilby is good for rocking day-to-night (a public school boater can sometimes prove a bit much in a dingy pub, we would know) and it’s pleasantly affordable too. Hurrah. ASOS, £8
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