Sometimes, when waking up and drawing the curtains, the drops of rain in our window can fade away our inspiration for an outfit. However, we want to bring a spark of optimism.
You don’t know what to wear when the sky looks stormy? Here is a guide to combine and take advantage of your rain boots. And in case you don’t have them, don't worry. We also brought the solution.
Of course, if you are in Paris for Fashion Week, you can afford to run dodging puddles from a chic cafe to an elegant patisserie.
For the rest of moments, look at a guide for how to be chic and keep your feet dry (it's possible!).
Are you going to a music festival soon? Do you have plans for an autumn trip around the corner? Consider a pair of rain boots as an essential part of your luggage. If you don't have to look serious, they are a perfect option to walk and dance completely carefree. Plus, they look really good with a pair of shorts.
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Unless you live in Sweden, where they recently approved the 6 hours working day, you probably think about the office as your second home. Spending a lot of hours working, either you are sitting on a chair or walking from one place to another, requires a comfortable outfit. Rain boots are really versatile. You can combine them with maxi sweater and skirt, like Blair from Atlantic-Pacific; with jeans and oversize shirt and sweater, or with an elegant mini dress. It all depends on your taste and mood for that day.
There is nothing better that spending a weekend in nature to charge the batteries and connect with ourselves. You can dress really comfortable and still look chic with the right accessories. Don't forget a wool hat and a sleeveless puffer for a winner outfit. Put a cozy blanket on the ground and enjoy the surroundings while your warm your feet with a pair of nice rain boots and your hands with a good cup of coffee. And if you have a lake to look at, a book to read and good company; is there a better plan?
Feel free to try a bohemian outfit. How? Combining your boots with a poncho and a fedora hat. Use a belt to fit the cape around your waist for a more definite silhouette. Try a school inspired outfit, combining the rain boots with a plaid skirt and a bit under-the-knee socks. You can reinterpret this look adding an oversize sweater from a cozy texture.
Combinations are almost endless in the case of rain boots. We have seen them covered in mud in Glastonbury, as well as perfectly shiny leading the steps of any preppy girl in the university campus. You can create the most indie rock outfits and look like a festival warrior, or adapt them to a rainy study afternoon in the library. One thing is for sure: they are the key to keep us warm in the storm.
What do you wear to still look chic even when it's raining? Thoughts!