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Rain-ready Your Summer Staples

We teach you how you can make the most of your wardrobe.
Rain-ready Your Summer Staples We teach you how you can make the most of your wardrobe.

Shopped one too many cropped tops and summer frocks? Don't fret, because even if you summer-ized your closet a little too much, there are ways to wear them for the upcoming wet season. It's all about simple layering, smart pairing, and loving the item so much that you'd want to wear it all year-round. The transition should be easy as long as you know your personal style. Scroll down and take your pick from four rainy day-ready looks we put together for you. 

 

MAXI DRESS

If ankle-length maxi dresses are your thing, simply wear it with a sweater and some sneakers to make it ready for the (hopefully) cool breeze the rainy season will bring in. Tame the bursting orange hue of the dress with a pastel sweater that is still fun but screams less summer and more cozy.

 

CROpPED TOP

Stocked up on too much cropped tops for the numerous summer music festivals? It's fine! Take a right turn into preppy street by layering a totally summer nautical crop top over a white button down. Then style it with pleated bottoms and a leather blucher to complete the look.

 

BEACH COVER-UP

If there's one thing we love about kimonos, it's the fact that we can wear them with almost anything. If you only bought them for the purpose of acting as a cover-up on the beach, then you're in luck because it will add a refreshing twist to your usual top, jeans, and pumps formula. 

 

SUN DRESS

Of course, we all have our fair share of the summer dress. And it's probably the easiest piece of summer clothing to transition into the pouring season. All you need to do is unearth those leather jackets and booties and swap them in place of those strappy flats and denim vests. Just don't forget to bring an umbrella!

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