sun hat

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Noun1.sun hat - a hat with a broad brim that protects the face from direct exposure to the sun
chapeau, hat, lid - headdress that protects the head from bad weather; has shaped crown and usually a brim
pith hat, pith helmet, sun helmet, topee, topi - a lightweight hat worn in tropical countries for protection from the sun
sunbonnet - a large bonnet that shades the face; worn by girls and women
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It offers fitness products, pants, dresses and tunics, sun hats, swimwear, beach cover-ups, T-shirts, and gloves and scarves, as well as tops, tees, and polos for women; and shirts and tees, polo shirts, fitness products, pants and shorts, sun hats, swimwear, and gloves and scarves for men.
A NEW craze is breaking out on the beach slogan sun hats.
Modelled Made In Chelsea's Jessica Woodley, range of the beach slogan sun hats.
4 Sun hat - MEBP: One size, 100% cotton sun hats (panamas) Branding: 1 colored logo, 10x6cm; Color-aoole areen and vellow 50/50 mix
Youngsters from Linthwaite Ardron Church School and staff added a bit of spice to ordinary classes by coming dressed in shorts, sunglasses and sun hats to celebrate the region during Black History Month.
Proud Elton, 68, and four-year-old Zachary were in matching trilby sun hats and blue polo shirts as they strolled by the sea in St Tropez.
However, most sun hats don't adequately shield your face and neck, and sunscreen lotions provide only limited solar protection.
The Tu at Sainsbury's collection has plenty of holiday essentials for little 'uns such as these funky sun hats from pounds 5.
Fathers slouch in patio chairs, glancing from their sun hats toward
PUPILS have been told to turn up in giant sun hats and cover themselves with lotion every day as part of a school's controversial bid to protect them from skin cancer.
Underneath floppy sun hats and sunglasses, white-knuckled parents shouted encouragement to their children as they dove into the water for their heats.
POSTIES in North Wales yesterday took delivery of their latest weapon to stay healthy - cricket-style sun hats.