Sporting a Summer hat is an easy way to make a style statement, and helps shield us from harmful UV rays.

Bucket hats are having their fashion moment, so Refinery29 rounded up 17 breezy Summer options.

From straw hats, and sassy fedoras to dramatic floppy hats, there are plenty of other options, of course. The Huffington Post lists 9 must-have Summer hats under $100.

If you’re not wearing a hat, but want to prevent sunburn on your scalp, then InStyle has some tips.

Here’s some inspiration on how to wear your Summer hat:

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Krishnidoux found this article about the stylistic transformation of Nicola Sturgeon, First Minister of Scotland, very interesting.

Angie loves the subtle bit of asymmetrical midriff skin that Kelly shows in this outfit, as well as how the windowpane pattern of the satchel complements the stripes of the pullover and the chevron pattern on the belt. Brilliantly geometric. And go Team White Shoes.

Laurinda directs us to Janice’s template for packing a core of 13 items when you are not sure what the temperature — or the formality level — will be.

Laura (rhubarbgirl) enjoyed reading “Let’s Celebrate the Art of Clutter“.

Gigi thought this sizing chart could be helpful for those of us who like to shop online or have problems being sized out at either end of the spectrum.

Google has just announced Project Jacquard, a project to design conductive yarns that can be used to create touch-responsive clothing, among other things. Diana finds the intersection of technology and fashion fascinating.

Olivegreen likes Nashville style consultant Tina Adams’ blog, and enjoyed her post on ten Summer wardrobe essentials.

L’Abeille came across this Refinery29 roundup of shopping tips for taller women, although “some of their advice is either not practical or somewhat obvious”.

Kirstjen wanted to share this article about shoes being made in flat, medium and high heels. It makes her wonder if, when combined with last week’s fashion fact about fuller style panties, women are just tired of being uncomfortable.