And ‘one of those accessories evergreen that never goes out of fashion, is incredibly chic and it finally came time to pull it out of the closet. The Panama, the famous hat handmade with natural palm fiber, is a detail of style can complement and even enhance the easiest look. We can take it to the beach for shelter from the sun, but also in town to hide his hair in disorder; We can opt for the classic white model, ideal against the heat, but also choose models with bright colors perfect for summer. Any idea to wear a panama hat? Here are 10 combinations glamor and easy to copy!
Panama + Pants
Do you want to bring your panama hat in office, but do not know how to match it? Choose a proper coloring and wear it with a shirt and a pair of shoes flat. Your Panama will only add a chic touch to your look.
For less formal occasion, opt for a pair of jeans to combine with blazer and cleavage as does Annabelle, the blogger VivaLuxury .
Panama + Gonna
Skirts, pencil skirt or skirts midi: for a walk downtown with her friends choose a skirt and wear it together with your panama hat, with a t-shirt and a pair of sandals, suggested by travelationary.com.
An example? Try to recreate the outfits of the blogger TheGirlFromPanama . All you will need is a black skirt and a striped shirt!
Panama + Dress
Typical summer pairing consists of panama hat, dress light and flat sandals. As temperatures make hot and you will be forced to remain in the city, choose a dress in linen or cotton, and wear it with Panama and your favorite sunglasses.
Panama + Jumpsuit
The jumpsuit, the one-piece suit that appeals to both the fashion victim , is a viable alternative to the usual summer dresses. If you like, do as Jane or as the blogger WithLovefromKat and sported your suit with a pair of high-heeled sandals and Panama. You will be impeccable.
Panama + Shorts
The Panama is the perfect accessory to show off on vacation or at the beach. Try to wear it with a pair of denim shorts and complete your look with a pair of sandals as does the bloggerCrystalinMarie or a pair of espadrilles as those chosen by the fashion blogger Erika Boldrin .