Get Shady: Bucket Hats
The bucket hat has taken the fashion world by storm to become a staple in every wardrobe.
The bucket hat has seen a resurgence in the last few years, making its way from compulsory school hat, to festival attire, before cementing itself in the mainstream as a must-have item for sun lovers.
A few months ago we wrote about the bucket hat comeback, and as we approach the warmer, sunnier months, we are happy to report that this trend is not going anywhere fast.
Today, bucket hats are often broader than their predecessors, offering ample protection from the harsh rays of the Aussie sun. Designers from high to low have adopted the bucket hat, adding their own touches to the classic design, from one extreme to the other, radical prints and plain neutrals are a common feature.
As we get into spring mode, the promise of warmer weather will see us emerge from our winter/quarantine hibernation ready to soak up some vitamin D, without compromising our skincare regimes and leaving the months past in our wake.
For full coverage sun protection on your morning walk, coffee run or picnic in the park, to add a little extra flair and feel stylish, even when the finishing touch to every outfit is a mask, don a bucket hat.