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Rainy Day attire





Jacket  - nice option for less /   Striped Tee - similar here and here   /  Jeans - similar here and here gray skinnies at different price points  /   Boots - here ton of colors on sale!, pretty option under $50  /   Bag old - similar style here on sale!   /   Kate Spade Watch   /  Ray Ban Sunglasses  /  



Happy Hump Day!


We all know weather forecast can't be trusted these days haha.  Mother nature does whatever she wants to do.  But it's always good to be prepared when there might be a chance of rain.
I love the versatility of rain boots. I've worn mine with jeans, leggings, skirts...the options are endless.

Here are just some other ways I wore these black boots: herehere and here (back from 2014 but still love this look)  during snowy days and my bright ones: here and here.

During Winter months I realized that the boots definitely need these warm socks or my feet freeze otherwise.  I also got these shearling insoles which also keep feet warm and happy. These are the only ways I can wear my Hunter boots in the winter. Brrr.


Wishing you all a great day!




7 comments

  1. Such a stylish and cute rainy day outfit!

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  2. Love this rainy day look.

    Liv

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  3. Cute jacket, love it with the stripes!

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  4. Hi Lilly, what are the chances of every finding the Burberry jacket on sale? Thanks

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  5. Once in a while they do go on sale, certain colors. I got mine on sale (can't remember if it was 25 or 30% off). I just randomly check certain sites and get lucky I guess. I got mine from Bloomingdales but I've also seen certain colors on sale at Nordstrom. :)

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  6. Oh gosh!That's absolutely a great jacket, I love it. Love the overall look too especially those black boots.

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