Bring on the Rain: Spring Outerwear You’ll Look Forward to Wearing

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So you’ll shine, even when the sun won’t.

Spring is here, and that means it’s time to update your skincare routine, and break out your rain gear. Sadly, rubber boots and umbrellas aren’t usually the most stylish pieces in your wardrobe. But why shouldn’t they be? Spring outerwear doesn’t have to be as grey and dreary as the weather it’s made for. Here are our favorite cute raincoats and spring accessories to keep you dry without cramping your style.


Right as Rain

This Everlane cropped anorak would be the light jacket of choice for Cheryl Frasier’s ‘perfect date’ (April 25th is right around the corner). It makes a great layering piece over just about anything in your closet, and comes in 5 modern colors.

Cute Raincoats - Everlane


Sunshine on a Cloudy Day

Grey, wet weather got you down? Cute raincoats in bright colors will put a little pep in your step. This little yellow number from Barbour can brighten even the rainiest of days, and will keep you dry until summer sunshine rolls around.

Cute Raincoats - Barbour


Not Your Mama’s Rain Boots

These boots are made for walkin’— in the rain, and through puddles of course. Swap those clunky rubber boots for a pair of these cute, waterproof ankle booties from Blondo. The water-resistant finish will keep your tootsies dry, and the rubber grip on the sole means you can stay upright in a heel, even on the slickest sidewalk.

Non-Rubber Boots - Blondo

Bubble Umbrella

Want to stand out in a sea of black and navy umbrellas? Try this chic bubble umbrella instead. It lets the light in, and keeps the rain out.

Umbrellas - Bubble Design


Smart Umbrella

Not all umbrellas are created equal, and this innovative design from Senz puts standard umbrellas to shame. It’s aerodynamic shape is designed to withstand high winds, so it will never go inside out, even if you’re only using one hand. Mary Poppins would love this thing.


Umbrellas - Senzo Smart Design


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Katie Steadman is a native Texan roaming Asia with a penchant for writing, and solving sudoku puzzles at breakneck speed.

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