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7 Sun Hats For Babies

Proof that baby sun hats can be cute AND functional.

Along with spring comes sunshine (hopefully anyway) and with this comes the need for little mini sun hats to shade your baby’s delicate skin.

Unfortunately, most of these sun hats are incredibly ugly and overly cutesy, which for parents who try to dress their children in simple, non-fussy items is incredibly frustrating.  Luckily there are a few cute baby hats out their just in time for the sun to come out.

See the hats after the jump!

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  • Red Polka Dot Bonnet 1 of 7
    Red Polka Dot Bonnet
    The bright red color and polka dots on this little bonnet is lovely and fun for a little one.
    Hat $9.90 at Zara
  • Straw & Striped Fedora 2 of 7
    Straw & Striped Fedora
    I can just picture a little boy wearing this to match his daddy's grown-up fedora. So cute!
    Hat $7.95 at H&M
  • White Embroidered Floppy Sun Hat 3 of 7
    White Embroidered Floppy Sun Hat
    I love the classic feel of this sun hat and white goes with anything and only gets more lovely as it's bleached out by the sun.
    Hat $19.95 at Gap
  • Straw & Plaid Sun Hat 4 of 7
    Straw & Plaid Sun Hat
    The little pop of plaid on the hat band of this little straw number is adorable!
    Hat $7.99 at Old Navy
  • Grey Gingham Bucket Hat 5 of 7
    Grey Gingham Bucket Hat
    I'm not usually a fan of bucket style hats, but the subtle grey gingham of this one is great.
    Hat $44.42 at Smallable
  • Checked Ball Cap 6 of 7
    Checked Ball Cap
    Nothing says classic like a ball cap in plaid.
    Hat $9.90 at Zara
  • Seersucker Cap 7 of 7
    Seersucker Cap
    A little one in seersucker gets me every time.
    Hat $7.00 at Target

 

 

•Lauren Hartmann is the founder of The Little Things We Do, a blog about life and adventures in Portland Oregon. Follow her on Twitter and Facebook, or catch up on all of her posts here on Babble.

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