With spring comes warmer weather but it also brings April showers. Skip the dread of feeling wet and cold and grab some new gear before the rain hits. Be prepared for spring with our guide featuring all of the gear you’ll need.
For starters, Hunter Boots has an entire section called April Showers that is filled with gear to stay dry and warm. For men, the Original Packable Jacket is easy to store away and break out for any weather occasion. It’s water-resistant and has drawstring cords at the hood and bottom to keep dry. Pair this jacket with the Original Chelsea Boot that’s waterproof and is available in six different color options.
For women, the Original Packable Smock is bright for spring weather and can be folded into its front pocket to create a small zip bag. You can pair it with the Pink Mini Compact Umbrella as well as the Garden Stripe Rain Boots for a stylish and functional look.
Another one stop shop for all your rain gear is L.L. Bean. The men’s Stowaway Rain Jacket is waterproof, breathable and durable. This jacket has core vents to keep you cool and it’s available in three different color options.
Also, the L.L. Bean Duck Boots are a very stylish and on-trend waterproof option for spring. These are available in men’s and women’s styles and can be used for years to come. Plus, with over 400 reviews these boots are rated 4.6/5 stars.
If you’re looking for budget-friendly options Target has an abundance of wet weather apparel. For men, the Standard Fit Rain Jacket is sleek and includes a hood to keep you dry on even the rainiest days. This jacket is just $35, too!
For women, the Classic Knee High Rain Boots are a must-have. They’re priced at just $40 and can be worn with jeans or leggings alike. They come in three color options and are rated 4/5 stars with over 500 reviews.
Lastly, Amazon has unique and fun options for all of your wet weather needs. If you are carrying a designer purse or just a nice bag in general, rain can ruin your nice items. The Handbag Rain Coat slips right over your bag in a flash and has an easy handle to grab. Better yet, it’s just $25.
What is your favorite wet weather gear? Let me know in the comments below.
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