There are a great couple of weeks where autumn is amazing: the leaves turn, the weather cools off, and you try to drink a pumpkin spice latte only to remember it’s too sweet. But then, inevitably, the rain starts.
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As someone who has braved the rain in flats one too many times: Rain boots are worth the investment. You may feel like you won’t get too much wear out of them, or that you don’t want to be seen wearing dorky/practical footwear, but nothing sucks more than soggy feet. Nothing. Plus, there are stylish options to be had. Here are some prime examples that will keep you dry during rainy season and that won’t make you shy away from practicality.
Hunter is the quintessential sturdy rain boot brand. Their collaboration with Rag & Bone, unsurprisingly, has lent cool and practical results. There are several different style and colors that cost $265 to $295 depending on the height.
Hunter + Rag and Bone, $265, rag-bone.com
These are a favorite. däv's boots are comfortable, fleece-lined, and frequently come in really funky patterns like this English Houndstooth. Oh, and celebrities love them.
däv Rain Boot, $40, davrain.com
The brightness of these boots is toned down by the sleekness of their design. Plus, they’re like a ray of sunshine on a rainy day.
Tretorn Kelly Rain Boot, $85, urbanoutfitters.com
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