Weather can really throw a damper on what you wear into the office. Clunky boots, oversized jackets and soaking wet pants make it tough to be presentable in the office. But more and more brands are choosing to utilize technical fabrics and materials to create office attire that looks good and performs well. Which means your rainy day style no longer has to be the sore thumb in your wardrobe. So grab a better umbrella, some technical dress pants, a bag that can withstand the elements and a few more essential items. Most importantly though, a pair of stylish waterproof shoes make rainy days just as good for your look as the rest of the week.
The Waterproof Shoes
Everything about rainy day style starts from the ground up. If you can’t keep your socks dry while dodging puddles then you’re going to have issues right away. You need something waterproof, which used to be something chunky and not all that sleek.
Johnston & Murphy’s XC4 Prentiss Plain Toe sneakers blend refined style with waterproof tech. The premium sneakers feature a super-soft waterproof leather and can be dressed up or down to fit any work style. And the neoprene stretch bootie lining means there’s another line of defense to keep your socks dry on those wet treks to work. When your feet can stay dry and look this good, everything else follows.
Everything Else To Stay Dry
Duo Totepack by Bellroy $289
Kinectic Pant by Ministry Of Supply $145
Blunt Metro Umbrella by Blunt Umbrellas $60
Marine iPhone Xs Waterproof Case by Pelican $45
Ashbrooke Waterproof Breathable Jacket by Barbour $299
Aluminum Wallet by Ridge Wallet $72
Patrol Dad Hat by Gear Patrol $30
iPhone Xs Max by Apple $1,099+
Vacuum Insulated Bottle by Miir x Gear Patrol $32
Leather Keychain by 877 Workshop x Gear Parol $36
Mustard Autumn Plaid LS by Corridor $148