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Ravishing Rain Gear

Jan 13, 2011

It might be raining buckets outside but if you’re well-prepared with some fabulous rain gear, we bet you won’t even notice a bit of drizzle! We’ve totally been there - soaked jeans, water inside our sneakers, hair so wet it looks like you went swimming in the pool - but it doesn’t have to be this way every time Mother Nature decides to make a downpour. Invest in a pair of wellington rain boots, a cheerful looking umbrella and a waterproof rain coat and you’ll never have to walk around all day with wet and clammy shoes and feet! Check out the gallery for the coolest rain gear we could find!


Rain boots

The best thing you could possibly add to your rain gear collection is an awesome pair of wellington rain boots. They come in pretty much every color, pattern and size and is the best way to not only avoid getting your shoes wet but also protects them from mud. Rain boots are an absolute must have, especially if you live in a city where it rains a lot. From bright canary yellow to little pink flowers, polka dots, green and basic black,, there is sure to be a pair that suits your style!

Pick a bright umbrella!Pick a bright umbrella!

Keeping Dry

There’s no need to carry around a plain black umbrella. Clear umbrellas are great for making sure you can see where you’re going but there are some adorable styles like the panda umbrella with ears or the clear one with red hearts. We bet it will be harder to lose your umbrellas behind if they’re as stylish looking as those ones! A rain hat can be useful on days where you don’t want to carry around an umbrella all day. Or you can keep it simple by investing in a hooded, waterproof rain jacket.

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