10 Cool Ways To Wear Your Old Rubber Rain Boots in This rainy weather

22 May

Just because it’s raining doesn’t mean you have to forego a cute work outfit. We’re loving the fact that she paired her green Wellies with a springy striped dress, a bright blazer, and a cross-body bag, you have to forego a cute work outfit. I’m loving the fact that she paired her green Wellies with a springy striped dress, a bright blazer, and a cross-body bag.

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This look works for a number of reasons, mainly because she’ll be warm and dry in a sudden spring downpour, but still manages to look like she’s dressed for the season. Points for her lightweight navy trench, and thin socks peeking out of her boots.

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Who says you can’t wear shorts with rain boots? Here, she adds a pair of Wellies to an otherwise spring-ready outfit (love the slouchy shorts!) and the result is effortless and cool.

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A fabulous example of having a little fun with your rain gear. We’re digging her polka-dot tights, striped socks, khaki cape-style trench, and lipstick-red rubber boots.

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Here’s a flawless example of dressing as you would for a non-rainy spring day, and just adding a pair of boots.

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Rushing around town in the rain is no fun, but here’s proof that even a little black dress retains its appeal when a pair of rubber rain boots are thrown into the mix.

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A pair of lace-up rubber rain boots over tight skinny jeans keeps this outfit looking stylish in any type of weather.

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I’m digging her boho take on a rainy-day outfit that’ll still look stylish after the weather clears.

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It doesn’t get more classic than a standard trench coat, a pair of jeans, and red Wellies to combat spring showers in style.

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Proof you don’t have to be at a music festival to rock a pair of rubber rain boots with cutoff denim shorts.

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