Fashion tips for rainy weather
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With the rainy season in full force the past week, we began to dig through the backs of our closets, searching for our rubber boots and waterproof jackets that we shoved in the back in the year of who knows when. Some of us just cannot sacrifice style for that atrocious rain jacket that reminds you of middle school days. Before stepping out in an outfit that will make you regret your decisions, check out a couple of these do’s and don’t’s to maintain your style while staying dry in rainy weather.
“BEANIES ARE YOUR BUDDIES”
Throwing on a beanie keeps both warmth and style in check. Pair a beanie with a coat or a hoodie to keep your head nice and warm despite the cold.
Pairing a hoodie with a bomber jacket will keep you nice and warm for the duration of the day. Don’t be afraid to layer a bomber jacket on top of a hoodie on top of a shirt on top of another shirt.. And the list goes on. Keep yourself warm by layering up.
“HI KNEE HIGHS”
Wearing knee high socks on top of your pair of jeans or leggings can never go wrong. It keeps your feet warm, and pairing them with Hunter Boots are always a look.
“SHOES’ TIME TO SHINE”
Hunter boots have been a must-have in rainy weather ever since it made its debut in 1856. With its tall design, waterproof rubber material and its ability to complement any look, a pair of Hunter Boots are a basic necessity in rainy weather.
Cardigans are a nice addition for the fall when it’s not too cold but not too warm here in California. However, in the rainy season, what do you to cover yourself from the rain if there’s no hood?
Wrong season. They might keep you warm to a certain extent, but you will regret choosing them over thicker material. Keep that in your closet until the next season rolls by.
“ARE YOU PLANNING ON SAYING GOODBYE TO YOUR SHOES?”
Wearing a pair of UGGs or your favorite pair of Ultra Boosts in rainy weather is a huge mistake. Are you trying to destroy them by getting them muddied and soaked? It might be a good idea to store them away for the rainy day so that they stay clean and dry.