Spring / Summer 2019: The Inspiration
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Spring / Summer 2019: The Inspiration

Click Tracker | April 12, 2019

On a trip to Santa Barbara from San Francisco, there are many miles of coastline. We decided to head out towards Carmel and then down highway 101 from there to ensure we came into visual contact with as much of the big blue as possible. 

On our way to Monterey, we came across Fort Ord sand dunes. The day was warm, plenty of high clouds and the ocean was a bit turbulent from onshore winds.

We were captivated by the soft neutral tones of the dunes. The creaminess of the velvety dune sand that was being sprayed by the wind, contrasted by the rich hues of the beach sand, only to be disrupted by the white water of the waves washing in. The dark vegetation, though complementary, was a nice contrast to the subtle neutrals. 

This combination of colors and textures helped define our Spring and Summer women's hat collection. We have incorporated a number of straws ranging from our classic tricolor Bao straw, a crisp Japanese paper straw in white, lightweight Raffia, seagrass green, and a Packable straw in natural, white and black. 

The Spring collection is set to launch April 26th. Stay tuned. 

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Size Guide

How to measure your head

We prefer that you measure your head in centimeters because it tends to be more accurate than inches. Measure several times to ensure accuracy.

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step 1

To measure your head size where your hat will sit, gather a cloth measuring tape or a simple string.

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step 2

Start at the back of your head by gently wrapping the measuring tape or string towards your forehead a half inch (temple area) above your ears. Meet both ends of the measuring tape or string at the center of your forehead above the eyebrows.

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step 3

Mark where those two points meet and measure the distance between the start and end points. If using a string, measure the start and end points against a ruler to find your hat size. Use this measurement to determine your hat size. Hat sizes vary by style, so be sure to check the unique fit for each.