8 Must-Have Rain Gear Accessories for a Stylishly Dry Spring
Springtime showers mean you must up your spring rain gear game.
We’ve all heard that April showers bring May flowers, and we’ve all most certainly experienced that phenomenon ourselves. But whether the rain comes in late winter, spring, or even summer, we’ve all got to be ready–and having those emergency rain ponchos on hand just isn’t going to cut it. From galoshes and booties to trench coats and rain hats, we’ve got a roundup of must-have rain gear to keep you from showing up to the meeting looking like a drowned kitten.
You can hide in the house cursing at the sky, or you can throw on your fabulous rain gear and take on the world–even when it’s a monsoon raining cats and dogs out there.
8 Must Have Rain Gear Accessories for Your Spring Wardrobe
1. Clima Retro Black and White Rain Bootie – We love this retro-inspired Jeffrey Campbell rain ankle bootie. It comes in white rubber and features black Chelsea inserts on the side, a black heel, and contrast stitching. It’s Also available in matte black too.
2. Spring Print Umbrella – This pretty print umbrella is perfectly appropriate for spring! It features an earthy print of leaves, ferns, and trees in a cool fractal formation growing. After the rainy season, you can even use it a sun shade.
3. Glossy Swing Rain Coat in Rose – For those casual rainy days, we like this glossy swing raincoat to keep your dry. It features a big fleece-lined hood to keep you dry and snap pockets for your phone and other accessories.
4. Rain Bucket Hat – For those dressier times, or when hood just won’t do, consider a functional bucket rain hat to keep the rain from your tresses.
5. Kaleidoscope Umbrella – A colorful umbrella that you can stow away in your bag is a must have rain gear accessory for sudden rainstorms. We love this colorful kaleidoscope pattern!
6. Fayette Trench Coat – Who says a trench coat must be in the khaki family because we love this navy version! Navy is the color du jour for spring.
7. East Coast Trench in Grass – While trench coats aren’t quite rainproof, they can be rain-resistant–and this version in green is just so fun! Just make sure to take your umbrella along too.
8. High Heel Rain Boots – Rain boots don’t have to be boring and flat. If you are used to rocking heels, don’t let the rain stop you. These Hunter high heel boots should keep your tootsies dry and you looking fabulous.
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