1. Add color! Don’t be scared to wear something bright and fun on a rainy day. Bad weather can be depressing, so why not go out of your way to wear something non-depressing and cute?
A cute umbrella can be an accessory. There are so many adorable and cheap umbrellas available at stores so there’s really no excuse to stick to basic black. Buy a couple in your favorite colors if you live in a really rainy area and use them to add color to your look.Kids umbrellas are cheap, cute, and perfect for one person. Why not save a little cash, have some fun, and buy a really ridiculous kids umbrella?
2. Don’t spend a lot on an umbrella. If you’re anything like me, you’ve lost more umbrellas than you care to remember. That’s why you should never spend much on them. Even if you aren’t prone to misplacing them, umbrellas still aren’t investment pieces – you don’t use them every day!
3. A classic trench coat is always perfect for rainy weather. There aren’t many inexpensive and cute trenches in stores or even in the streets. The trench coat is SUCH a classic & essential piece that’s perfect for all occasions and especially rainy days.
4. Be careful of the materials you wear in rain. I’m sure you probably know this already, but just in case… Suede is off-limits in rain because water usually ruins it, and leather that hasn’t been treated with a protectant can easily be damaged by water as well. Don’t risk ruining your clothes – go with rubber, leather, or protectant-treated leather shoes in rain and leave your favorite suede handbag at home.
5. At the same time, don’t worry too much about a 100% waterproof jacket. If you plan ahead and have your umbrella on hand, your jacket won’t get wet enough for waterproofing to matter.
6. Go crazy when it comes to rain boots. There are so many cute rain boots out there today to fit any sense of style – they literally come in every color under the sun. Have fun and find a pair you love! Much like umbrellas, you can go completely nuts with your rain boots and no one will mind.
So,there you go and i hope you’ll keep yourselves warm.