What to Wear When the Rain Won’t Go Away

You never know what you’re going to get when spring rolls around — glowing sunshine one day, frigid temps the next; birds chirping, followed by snow falling. It’s unpredictable at best and totally erratic at worst. Hold on to your raincoat, ladies — better weather is coming (promise!). But first, a few downpours. Make the most of the wet-and-wild forecast and stay stylish (and dry) with functional and fashionable foul-weather gear. And don’t worry — you’ll be breaking out your flirty frocks and fave espadrilles in no time. Because if March and April showers bring May flowers, then you can expect a gorgeously vibrant season to come.

Calvin Klein Hooded Water-Resistant Trench Coat

A trench is a spring closet staple, so you might as well get one that will keep you looking classically stylish and staying comfortably dry.

Hunter Tall Boots

The shoes make the outfit, so invest in a pair of Hunter boots that you’ll be excited to break out when the forecast looks gloomy. These cute rain shoes don’t come cheap, but they’ll definitely brighten up any cloudy day.

Totes Bubble Umbrella

This essential piece of rain gear puts the “fun” in functional. A bubble umbrella acts as your own personal, well, bubble.

Steve Madden Floppy Reversible Rain Hat

Protect that precious blowout with a wide-brim water-repellant rain hat. We love that this one is reversible so you can style it appropriately.


Waterproof Tote Bag

Keep your expensive leather arm candy at home and stick with a simple tote that can withstand the wet weather.

Helly Hansen Rain Jacket

Bright yellow rain jackets are classic. This one will keep you feeling warm and looking cute.

Jack Rogers Sallie Rain Booties

Add an unexpected pop of color to your rainy-day outfits with these super fun and girlie short booties.

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