Why Breezy Waves and Panama Hats Are a Lazy Girl’s Best Hair Strategy – Vogue.com

Now that the steamy July breeze can ruffle even poker-straight hair into gloriously messy pieces, it’s no wonder that street style A-listers like Emily Ratajkowski are reviving the Panama hat from seaside accessory to a bedhead upgrade worth taking for city spin.

Fashion’s patron saint of the bikini-ready six-pack was spotted on a Los Angeles beach this week with her air-dried layers tucked under a wide-brimmed straw hat, a simple hair upgrade that doubled as a skin-saving strategy in the high-noon heat. Alessandra Ambrosio also had the answer to the oversize straw topper with a bohemian little number and reflective shades in Ibiza.

Back in New York City, Karolina Kurkova gave the look a crisp continental edge with the help of big-barrel waves and a stroke of oxblood lipstick that played nicely with pinstripes. And as if to show brunch-bound oversleepers everywhere that bare skin and a morning-after hair situation can be transformed into a thing of camera-ready beauty in five minutes flat, Jenna Dewan crafted a stellar travel look with little more than a fedora and a good pair of sunglasses.

Here, four reasons why slept-in waves and a good hat are lazy girl’s ticket to instant weekend chic.