Rain boots come in handy during fall or winter when it’s cold and wet and crazy. They’re a great way to keep yourself warm and dry and a great protection from any unwanted germs and bacteria from the dirty rain water that can get to your feet, especially when it starts pouring really hard and the water levels rise. However, just because they are rain boots doesn’t mean they can only be used when it actually is raining. Thanks to the geniuses who work at the style and design departments of rain boots companies, you can now buy rain boots in different colors, styles, designs and print which is the best excuse to use them whenever you like.
- Rain boots and a dress – when the weather isn’t really that cold enough to send you the chills when the air gives you it’s cool breezy whiff, why not show a little skin? Wearing your rain boots with a dress can look certainly chic. Leave about a 5 to 10 inch gap between your dress and your skirt, practically enough to just show your knees or a little bit of your legs.
- Add color to the rainy days – somehow, rainy days always seem gloomy and dark and when you wake up to a rainy morning, you tend to get affected and that can translate to a gloomy and dark outfit as well. Why don’t you take advantage of the many different colors that rain boots now come in to add a little splash of color to your dull rainy days? Not only will the colors brighten you up, you’ll sure be a head turner among a crowd of black coats and black umbrellas – the typical rainy day ensemble.
- Warm, dry and cozy – that’s how we all want to feel when the rain starts pouring or when the snow starts piling up. To keep yourself warm, dry and cozy while you’re out and about in the streets on a busy rainy day, wear your rain boots with your usual rain gear: a jacket or a coat, a scarf for extra warmth and leggings for your legs although denim skinny pants are a great alternative, too. P.S., don’t forget your umbrella.
- Keep it casual – what looks best with any style of boots? Well, denim cut offs, of course! The combination of the two is a perfect mix for any casual day, be it summer, spring, or fall. A long sleeve top will cover you up pretty well on cold days but a tank top or a cool shirt will let you rock it for summers.