Here, I’ll discuss what to wear on a rainy day and how to appear chic while it’s raining.
Rainy Day Uniform
First, I believe it’s critical to have a rainy day uniform. You should have a rainy day uniform just like you should have your go-to style uniform for days when you’re unsure of what to wear but still want to feel nice.
When I used to daily walk to work, I developed my rainy day uniform. It was roughly a 20-minute walk. There were always days when the weather was horrible, and it could be raining sideways as you were walking to work in that.
I needed to look put-together while simultaneously protecting myself from the weather. It had to be both fashionable and practical because I wanted to appear stylish.
My rainy day uniform was essentially all black. It does not imply that you have to wear all black as part of your rainy day uniform. Whatever suits you best can be used; it could be beige, navy, or a splash of color.
However, the components will, for the most part, be similar to one another.
Your rainy day uniform should start with an umbrella. Choose a product that is simple to use.
The retractable function with a push button appeals to me. Any type of umbrella you choose must be strong and reliable, especially if you’re out in the elements like the wind. You cannot wear something subpar that will invert on you in bad weather.
The second step, which is to wear a hat, is much more important if you happen to live in an area that regularly experiences rainy weather.
When I would be walking to work, I would always wear a small hat. I had several choices available. The first item was a small knit hat with a small brim. The second was a really cute and stylish newsboy cap.
You can wear any hat you choose. It’s not necessary to wear a winter hat. When the weather gets chillier, you might want to consider adding a winter hat to your list.
But it can also be a very thin knit hat that won’t damage your hair, simply something to keep your head covered.
Even if you have an umbrella, you should still cover your hair if there is a wind component and the rain is falling down in a sideways direction. Because some of those rainy days can be quite chilly, it also helps in keeping you warm.
I always wore a hat. That was a part of the rainy-day uniform. I would also add a scarf if it were extremely cold.
The next element of your rainy day uniform is the most crucial. It’s a trench coat.
My trench coat has been around for a long. It has a great appearance and is a very classic double-breasted trench coat. It defines the waist with a tie belt in the center.
The length suits me well. Because it is below the knee length, it is more versatile. It definitely offers additional coverage, which is another reason why I appreciate the length.
It’s waterproof. This is a very important element.
A trench can be purchased cheaply. I, too, have a pretty beautiful yet inexpensive trench from Target. However, as soon as I put this on in the rain, I become wet.
It’s fine if it’s drizzling and I just want to throw something on that’s really cute. However, it is not a genuine trench coat.
If you live in an area that receives a significant amount of rainfall on a regular basis, you should invest in a trench that is waterproof.
Once more, the trench coat will be the key part of your rainy weather uniform. If you do live in a climate where it does rain quite a bit, you want to be sure it’s waterproof or water resistant.
If it’s especially cold where you live, you might want to consider something that does have some added warmth.
I do enjoy a trench with a belt. It adds some femininity and some shape. Just having that hourglass shape with the tie waist is nice.
The color black is the true powerhouse in this situation. Choose the black, double-breasted, belted trench if you have to choose between one color and one piece. The beige would be the second choice.
Your boots are the final part of your rainy-day uniform. I’ve owned several high-quality rain boots.
My experience with the Burberry rain boots, however, was the best. They are beautiful, stylish, and incredibly elegant.
It’s a fantastic example of a traditional black rain boot. Although it has the appearance of a real boot, it is actually waterproof and useful.
On days when it was likely to rain, I would either wear on tights, pants that were more like leggings, or fitted pants that would easily slide into my rain boots. It is not a good idea to wear your pants over your boots because this will cause the bottom of your pants to become wet.
The trench coat, the boots, the hat, and the umbrella end up covering you completely.
You are entirely covered, which keeps you dry.
My rainy-day uniform is like that.