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The only thing worse than a cold day is a cold day with a chance of showers. Getting drenched on your morning commute, dodging ankle-deep puddles, battling against the wind and rain — it just sucks. You certainly need more than an umbrella to keep you dry.
But, just because the weather’s in a wretched mood, doesn’t mean your cute outfit has to lose its spark. So, before you succumb to 50 shades of not-so-appealing grey waterproof-wear, why not browse our roundup of wet-weather essentials?
Ahead: cute galoshes and chic trenches, bright umbrellas and vinyl skirts. You’ll want to show them off, come rain or shine. All of a sudden, splashing in puddles seems like so much fun.
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