Here in Ohio, we have had the rainiest spring ever. I am literally losing my mind. The good news for you is that I have pretty much mastered how to be chic when it rains because I have had no other choice for such a long time.
Hunter Original Gloss in Black, $125
Tretorn Kelly Rubber Rain Boot in Black, $55.25
Sperry Top-Sider Pelican Boot in Green Embossed Croc, $60
Kate Space Randi in Black Rubber, $125
Hunter Arolla in Black, $150
Hold up. A cane, you say? Let me show you all the cool things you can do with a cane:
See what I mean?
When it rains, the humidity is also high, which can be detrimental to whatever you have going on with your face and hair. A little trick I use to keep the frizzies down is to spray some hairspray onto a bristle brush and run that through my hair after straightening. Alternatively, I recommend keeping a tiny hairbrush in your purse. There is no end to the amounts of times I’m so happy I have that thing. As for the face, a compact will keep humidity-induced shine to a minimum. I just ordered Clinique Stay-Matte Sheer Pressed Powder in Invisible Matte from Sephora, and it works awesomely.
A lot of people will give you some big life lesson about why trench coats are a must-have and blah blah blah. Frankly, my friends, I would feel like a total hypocrite telling you to buy a trench coat or a rain coat, because I have neither. I figure if you have an umbrella, why worry? I do sometimes wear my faux leather coat, as its made out of PVC and is waterproof 🙂
How about you? How do you dress for a rainy day?