Lack of Color
Posted on 02 August 2016
You may have already noticed the gorgeous hats in our New Arrivals section. They’re all from the amazing Australian brand Lack of Color, which has been making its beautiful hats since 2011. From straw sun hats to slick fedoras, Lack of Color has a hat for every occasion. With top-quality materials like Australian wool and natural straw, these hats are the perfect addition to any bohemian wardrobe. They’ve been spotted on celebrities all over the world, including Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, Vanessa Hudgens and Chiara Ferragni.
Still not convinced that you need one of these hats? Thankfully, the incredible Jason Lee Parry shot an amazing lookbook for Lack of Color Summer 2016. Featuring the stunning Cailin Russo and styled by Chloe Chippendale, ‘Las Palmas’ is one of the most gorgeous lookbooks you’ll see all year.
Combining casual-luxe beachwear and the scene-stealing hats, ‘Las Palmas’ is the perfect inspiration for low-key bohemian dressing. Vintage denim, flowing white dresses, and faded t-shirts are perfect for a sense of 70s-inspired glamor. Take inspiration from these gorgeous shots and style your own Lack of Color hat as the crowning glory of a bohemian masterpiece.
The Russo is a one-of-a-kind sunhat that is guaranteed to make even the simplest outfit incredibly stylish. Style it with warm gold colors for a gorgeous poolside look.
A classic bohemian style, the combination of a faded band tee and black hat always looks fashionable. Add a modern twist with delicate silver jewelry and messy beach hair.
This pretty grey hat could look girly with its delicate bow detailing. Combined with a chevron-print swimsuit, though, it’s instantly transformed into the ultimate retro-cool accessory.
A wide-brimmed hat in a neutral shade of tan will look effortlessly stylish whatever you wear it with. It’s just as perfect for lounging by the pool as for exploring an exotic tropical paradise.
Pink and grey are the perfect soft, romantic color combination. A loose, flowing tunic looks instantly pulled-together but still sugary sweet when paired with this gorgeous Lack of Color hat.
What do you think of the Lack of Color hats? How would you style your favorite?