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Bring Back the Hat!

Women haven’t been wearing hats for every day since the 1920’s. Pity, really, since hats are the most noticeable accessory one can wear. They frame the face, make a statement without you ever saying a word, and more importantly, they protect your face from the sun. The thing I really like about hats is they come in so many style, shapes and sizes, you can find one that flatters your face and fits your head, big or small. If you think you don’t look good in hats, you just haven’t tried enough on.

While special occasion hats are really fun for weddings and such, a more practical hat is one that protects your face from the sun. Wearing a wide-brimmed hat outdoors can protect your hair, eyes, and skin from the sun’s ultraviolet rays. While you still need to use plenty of broad-spectrum sunscreen that protects against both UVA and UVB rays, a hat can help give added coverage for the skin on your ears and neck. Add some sunglasses, and you’ll really cut down on the wrinkles around your eyes.

Our favorite sun hats are from Wallaroo Hat Company. Not only do they have a great selection, but they’re owned and managed by two entrepreneurial women. Like most of you, I’m guessing, we love to support women owned businesses anytime we can. It also doesn’t hurt that they make some of the highest quality hats for sun protection in the business. These are just four of many great styles. Visit their website to see more.  buy hat

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