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First things first: You need a raincoat. Look for one that?s made of cotton or canvas, as opposed to nylon or plastic (otherwise, you?ll be overheating once the summer months kick in). We?re particularly fond of this style from Zara, with its sleek front and poppy color.
Not the type that can get away with a yellow mac at the office? Everlane makes a timeless version but with a few modern updates. The hem is much shorter (hitting just below the hips), and the style swings out ever so slightly in the back.
Coming in at just over $50, these waterproof booties mimic the exact same features as your beloved Chelsea boots--a pointed toe and small stacked heel. In other words, they’re sleek enough to throw on with nearly any outfit, even when it’s not raining.
Jeffrey Campbell ($55)
Trying to maneuver an umbrella through a crowded street is one of life’s most awkward situations. Avoid it altogether with Totes’ clear version. The spokes face down so you don’t have to worry about poking the other pedestrians in the face. It also keeps you infinitely drier.
April showers bring May flowers: A lovely phrase that masks a pretty tumultuous time of year for you and your wardrobe.
(Baby-blue wellies for a business lunch? Quelle horreur!)
This spring, we’re on a mission to find the waterproof attire that fits our lifestyle and has us prepped for everything from a drizzle to a downpour. Check out the fresh crop.
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