Monday, October 29, 2012

Rainy Day Outfits

    Rainy Day Outfit Inspirations
Since rain is hitting hard here because of Hurricane Sandy, I decided that I should do a post about rainy day fashion. However, if it's raining really hard right now, don't go outside.
 Rainy Day outfits are hard to perfect, and they have many different styles.
 Red Valentino

If your more of the girly type, you'll fall in love with this outfit. There are many coats out there, and most people tend to wear a puffer jacket. However, I find that they are not the best choice. A pea coat on the other hand, will suit your style. They add an elegant touch and the long ones look great with dresses. A pea coat usually is made out of a thick material, so they work great in the winter too. If you like a lighter material, trenches are awesome. The material is made especially for rainy days. They look like pea coats, but only made with a lighter material.

If you really like wearing pants and you don't like dressing up, a windbreaker jacket is perfect.

Basket Weave Scarf
 Juicy Couture
 Michael Kors
For Shoes, The most exciting, I prefer rain boots. If they really don't suit you, some boots will. I like rain boots because they come in every style in every color. I have a pair that are not just any yellow, but when I wear them, they look like bananas. For rain boots, they are much more comfortable because you don't have to worry about them getting dirty because they were made for rain. However, if you do wear regular boots, don't wear Uggs. I don't recommend them for rainy days.

The trick for rainy day weather is the assesories. Adding a bow to your hair might just do the trick, and if it's cold outside, a scarf might tie the look together. If it's really cold outside, a nice thick scarf might keep you cozy. If it's not that cold, you might add a light scarf for decoration. I would also add a hat that can really protect your head, especially if you want to protect your hair. Most important, don't forget your umbrella!

 - Beauty Queen
Keep Safe and stay safe


  1. Hey Grace, great post, and everything, but one thing bothers me. I for one don't think that these prices are very affordable. $60 for a scarf! I think that you should try to get pictures with more affordable prices next time. I suggest finding pictures from stores that aren't brand items. Forever21, H&M. Delia, even Aeropostale works! Over all, great post. Hope this helps. Bye!

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