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Jaffa Reversible Sun and Swim Hat


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The perfect shell to protect your little one from melting, the Jaffa hat is the cutest accessory on the beach this summer.

Fully reversible and available in 3 styles
– Annex stripe and sunshine yellow, or Orchid print with your choice of midnight blue or sunshine yellow.

In UPF 50+ ECONYL® regenerated yarn lycra, the Jaffa sun hat is as quick to dry as your Tiny’s favourite swimsuit, mix or match back with our Milko Onesie or Pollywaffle Long Sleeve Onepiece for a totally cute sun-safe outfit. Perfect for little one’s too young for sunscreen, all the way up to size 4-5.

Content + Care

– Regenerated ECONYL® lycra
– Hand wash in cold water.
– Made in Melbourne, Australia
– Model wears size 2-3


Christmas & New Years

Our partners have unique shipping time frames for the festive season so to help you make sure you receive your order in time, we suggest the following:

Domestic (Aus) 5th December

International 30th November

Feel free to place orders after these dates, we just can’t guarantee you will get your product before Santa comes to visit.


Elle Evans products ship from Australia.

For Shipping within Australia, it can take 3-5 days to arrive depending on what shipping option you choose.

For International Shipping, it can take 3-4 weeks to arrive depending on what shipping option you choose.

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Sharing a love for this planet, Tanya and Ellie, the founders make sure each part of your Elle Evans design leaves as small a footprint as possible. Their mission is to make you look damn fine on the beach, by the pool or in the gym, all while giving you that gratifying feeling of knowing you’re saving the planet!
All the fabrics Elle Evans use are man-made, no animals are harmed to produce them as the fabric is made from recycled plastic waste dredged from the sea. It’s collected from around the world and turned into Econyl in Slovenia. The fabric is then shipped to Australia where it is printed using water-based, non-toxic ink. Each garment is made to order and sown by a seamstress in Melbourne who is paid above the living wage and provided a comfortable work environment with plenty of breaks.

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