El Niño is here, and for those of you who live in affected areas, you’re going to be experiencing a lot of downpours, and that means lots of rain-soaked clothes! How do you avoid it? Make sure you have a waterproof raincoat, a proper umbrella, waterproof boots, and a waterproof bag to make sure your documents don’t get wet. Here are some suggestions:
The Reliable Waterproof Boots: L.L. Bean Maine Hunting Shoes
These classic boots are both waterproof and more stylish than your typical wellies.
$199 at llbean.com.
The Waterproof Jacket: Urbane Waterproof Jacket With Removable Hood
Look cool with this army green waterproof jacket.
$295 at shop.nordstrom.com.
The Classic Trench: Burberry Sandringham Trench Coat
You can’t go wrong with Burberry’s classic trench coat, and it will protect you from getting splashed.
$1,795 at us.burberry.com.
Get a Yellow Raincoat: Woolrich Classic Waterproof Raincoat
Recall your childhood with a yellow Woolrich raincoat.
$79.99 at woolrich.com.
The Timeless Umbrella: Ghurka Gentleman’s Umbrella No. 89
This umbrella will keep you dry for years to come.
$395 at ghurka.com.
The Compact Umbrella: Tumi Small Auto Close Umbrella
If you’d rather go for a small umbrella that fits in your bag, this one by Tumi is for you.
$50 at zappos.com.
The Rainproof Backpack: Malle London Backpack/Shoulderbag Hyrbrid
Not only can this Malle London bag go from a messenger to a backpack, it’s also made from waxed canvas, which means the rain won’t bother it at all.
$439 at mallelondon.com.
Look Slick: Filson Dry Messenger Bag
This Filson messenger bag looks cook, and it also keeps all the rain out.
$140 at ebags.com.
- Stay Dry in Style with Our Favorite Rain Jackets for 2018
- Ready for Spring: The Best Layering Pieces for Crazy Weather
- Hit the Road with the Best Duffel Bags for Spring Getaways
- Solar-Powered Backpacks Provide Off-the-Grid, On-the-Go Energy Solutions
- Pacsafe Dry is the Water-Resistant Anti-theft Bag that All Travelers Need