Whether you’re team “rain, rain, go away” or “rain on me,” we’ve got you covered style-wise! Just because it’s wet outside doesn’t mean you can’t still look your best! Here are some of our top rainy-day fashion picks.
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Rainy days are all about finding where cozy and stylish meet, and we think a sweatsuit falls into that category. As for styling, we love rolling up our sweatpants just enough to sport some funky socks and high-top Chucks or Air Force 1s. Don’t shy away from adding some delicate gold jewelry to dress up the look, and if it’s a little chilly, try an oversized denim jacket.
Quilted Coat or Jacket
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Quilted jackets and coats add instant interest to any outfit, and they are a perfect weight: not too heavy, but warm enough for days you need a light layer. Plus, most are water-repellent, making them a trendier option than your classic raincoat.
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There is nothing wrong with rain boots, but if they aren’t your style, consider some waterproof Dr. Martens. They look like your classic Docs, so you can wear them as such. As for a good rainy day outfit, we recommend a pair of leggings, a long-sleeve henley, and a flannel tied around your waist.
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An oversized blazer is another good substitute for a raincoat: It can get a little damp, it’s removable without compromising your entire look, and it gives you just enough warmth without being too heavy. To style, we like to keep things classic by wearing our oversized blazer with a pair of high-waisted trousers and a plain T-shirt.
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A gray, rainy day is the time to pull out this classic piece from your closet. There really is no wrong way to style it; everything looks super-chic under a trench. Our favorite way to wear ours is with a pair of light-wash jeans, a basic V-neck tee, and white sneakers. Oh, and don’t shy away from wearing a worn-in baseball cap with your classy trench coat. We live for the juxtaposition!