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Lack of Color Hats to Add to Your Wishlist

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Lack of Color hats, by Blogger What The Fab

I’ve been wanting to accessorize with hats more this year and it all started when I saw Lack of Color hats styled all over my Insta feed last summer. Plus three trips to Nashville…the girls there accessorize with hats and they just look so dang cute!

Lack of Color has some of the cutest styles and designs—it’s become my go-to store for all things hats.

If you’ve been looking for a place to invest in a stunning hat or are looking to experiment with more accessories, Lack of Colors is the place you didn’t realize you needed. 

I’m sharing all my favorite hats and how to style them this spring, to summer, to fall. These hats seriously look good on everyone—you’ll have no excuse to not add a hat to your wardrobe. 

The best Lack of Color hats, by style blogger What The Fab

7 Best Lack of Color Hats

Lack of Color hats, by Blogger What The Fab
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1. Montana Ivory Bone 

I had to start off with this gorgeous Bone color Montana Ivory hat in a wide fedora style. It’s made out of 100% Australian wool making it super soft and warm.

I’m in love with the metallic gold French grosgrain ribbon detailing and the UPF 50+ rating that will keep the top of your head protected. 

This style naturally has an oversized fit, but don’t worry, it comes in 4 different sizes so you can find the right fit for you. If you feel nervous about investing in a white hat, they also have a midnight black option that looks equally as stunning.

You can’t go wrong with the timeless shape and fit of the Montana Ivory hat. I would easily style this for a night out with a pair of denim, a leather jacket, and some booties. 

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2. Western Wide Palma

The Westen Wide Palma is THE summer hat. I love that it’s handmade by artisans in Mexico with 100% baked palm leaf. 

The Palma wide line comes with 3 different style hats like Palma Fedora, but the Western Wide is my personal fav. I love the shape and how oversized it is.

The natural color of the hat makes it easy to style with any outfit. I would totally style this hat with a swimsuit and beach cover-up on a tropical vacation—the hat gives off major summer vibes.

You’ll be happy to know that this hat also has a UPF 50+ rating to keep you protected from the sun’s hot rays all summer long.

Lack of Color hats, by Blogger What The Fab
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3. Spencer Wide Fedora

The Spencer Wide Fedora has somewhat of a similar look to the Palma line, but the only difference is that it’s actually made out of 100% wheat straw. This fedora also has a super cute black ribbon accent that adds some more detail to an outfit.

Since it’s a wide-brimmed hat, you’ll have plenty of protection from the sun all day long—it has a UPF 50+ rating of course. If you don’t love the Fedora style, they also have a Spencer Boater hat that is made of the same materials just a slightly different shape.

Something to note is that this hat fits true to size, so you want to make sure you order your usual size. It comes in 5 different sizes to ensure you find the perfect fit for your head. 

The straw hat look is such a classic look, you could easily work this into your summer fashion. 

Lack of Color hats, by Blogger What The Fab
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4. Holiday Bucket in Violet Ivory

Whether you love or hate bucket hats, they’re definitely trendy right now. The Holiday Bucket hat is one of the hats I saw all over social media last summer and I’m still obsessed. It comes in 6 different fun colors and prints—the Violet Ivory is my fav.

It’s made out of 100% cotton canvas with a super cute neck tie detail. It has a wide brim to bring you that extra sun protection.

I love the playful design of this hat—I feel like my inner child comes out wearing it. I would definitely throw this on while lounging in my backyard in an inflatable pool.

The floral designs would also make this hat a fun choice to wear during the springtime too. I think it’s always a good idea to have one fun hat in your wardrobe.

Lack of Color hats, by Blogger What The Fab
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5. Teak Rancher Wool Fedora

The Rancher Wool Fedora in the color teak is another wardrobe essential—it was literally designed to make a statement and is the perfect neutral for fall. I love that the design drew inspo from vintage men’s style hats.

It’s made with 100% Australian soft wool. I’m obsessed with the grosgrain edge hat rim with the bow ribbon detailing. 

It also has a standard crown with a larger fit. You have the option of picking between 5 different sizes. 

If you don’t love the Teak color, you also have the option to pick between 15 other colors—the Ivory rancher would be my next pick. I think no matter what color you decide to go with, it will look stunning in your wardrobe.

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6. Utopia Wave Bucket Hat Terry

The Utopia Wave Bucket Terry Hat is another fun style hat perfect for a casual day during the spring and summer. It’s made of 100% terry toweling and it’s super soft. 

I’m a big fan of how easy it is to style this bucket hat—it gives off very street casual vibes. I can already imagine wearing this hat out on a beach with a piña colada in my hand. 

I personally love the beige terry the most because it’s white and easy to pair with everything. But if white makes you nervous, you can pick between 13 different colors. 

It comes in a few different sizes and it offers UPF 50+ protection. It has a shorter brim making it a really great option for those with a more square face. 

Lack of Color hats, by Blogger What The Fab
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7. Benson Triangle Hat 

The Benson Triangle is the perfect vintage-inspired hat to add to your everyday wardrobe.  It has a tall triangle crown with a wide brim.

It’s made again with 100% Australian soft wool and has an overall larger fit. You have 5 different sizes to choose from and it comes in 3 different colors—the beige is my personal favorite. It’s stunning!!

This style also features a unique cross embroidery on the center back. I love all the attention to detail Lack of Color does on their hats and this one is just chic af. 

I would easily style this hat with a dress and some cowboy boots for a more fun outfit if I was visiting the south!


Those were all my favorite Lack of Color hats! I hope this list inspired you to invest in your own Lack of Color hat.

I know Lack of Color hats can have a more expensive price tag, but it’s definitely worth it for the quality and timeless style. I hope you found the perfect one that matches your aesthetic.

Be sure to tag me on Insta @wtfab if you decide to get any of these. I would love to see how you all style your new hat. 

The best Lack of Color hats, by style blogger What The Fab

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FAQs

What are some Lack of Color styles?

Some popular Lack of Color styles are:
– Montana Ivory
– Holiday Bucket
– Palma Fedora

Are Lack of Color hats worth it?

Yes, Lack of Color is definitely worth the investment. All their hats are made with quality materials that will last you years.

Does Lack of Color hats have UV protection?

Yes, Lack of Color hats do provide UPF 50+.

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