It was a Panama hat, and had two ribbons wound round it in a fanciful manner that was not exactly conventional.
He pulled off his Panama hat and waved it, shouting to his friend in joy.
On her head was a Panama hat with a scarf of mauve silk tied loosely round it and hanging down her back in two long ends.
It was a fine day; he had a dutiful daughter; and he was going to see Henry Mortimer in a Panama hat.
There were great holes burnt in his Panama hat, even in his riding breeches.
With his Panama hat, red tie and checked suit, he made a brave show.
He was a big, clumsy brute in the white linen suit of a respectable business man and a Panama hat.
Without waiting another moment, I seize my walking-stick and Panama hat, and escape from the enchanted chamber into the street.
Mrs. Clarke leaned down and put his Panama hat over his left cheek and eye.
The Panama hat was tight and hurt him where the bows of the spectacles pressed into his head.