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3 cruise-worthy accessories that are dapper, not dowdy

A great hat, comfy flats and nifty hidden pocket for your passport

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Made in the shade Looking for a sun hat? Stay cool in Wildhagen’s Linen Trilby. Reminiscent of the chic chapeaus worn by 1960s Hollywood hunks, it’s handmade in Canada by Sheri Wildhagen and David Greig. The milliners use English linen and durable Danish textiles by Kvadrat. $225;

Handout | Wildhagenwear/Handout | Wildhagenwear

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On deck, on shore Tread lightly in Teva’s Mush Flyweights. With the look of ballerina flats and the feel of flip-flops, these shoes have foot-moulding uppers and EVA soles that won’t weigh down your stride. But keep them for leisurely strolls, since they’re not built for serious hiking. $60;

Handout | Teva/Handout | Teva

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Safely stashed If you need a safe place to stash your cash, slip on a pair of pocketed skivvies. The Clever Travel Companion’s boxer briefs have two zippered enclosures that are roomy enough to hold currency, credit cards and even your passport. $29.90 (U.S.);

Handout | The Clever Travel Companion/Handout | The Clever Travel Companion

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