When the weather outside is grey and drizzling, do you know how to still look attractive and stylish? If you don’t then you are in trouble because here in the UK there are a great many rainy days in the year!
A little bit of rain doesn’t have to ruin your day and it certainly doesn’t have to stop you from looking your best. Here are a few simple tips for looking amazing in the rain:
Dress Appropriately for the Weather
Yes, now is the time to pull out your waterproof jackets, wellingtons and scarf. If you don’t protect yourself from the elements you will end up soaking wet and no one finds the scraggly drowned rat look attractive! Also, wearing the wrong clothing in the rain can ruin it, such as suede shoes or leather jackets.
The best thing to wear on a rainy day to look good is a waterproof jacket and some wellingtons. Waterproof jackets don’t have to feel like wearing a bin liner, in fact there are many stylish and form fitting ones which are very flattering. Look for one in a colour that suits your skin tone and with a hood that covers your head. Accessorize it with a cute hat or a scarf in a complementary colour and you have the perfect rainy day outfit.
Carry an Umbrella
There are many reasons why you should carry an umbrella with you. First of all, you will be able to protect your hair from getting soaked in a downpour when the heavens open up and rain down on you. Also, you can choose an umbrella with an interesting print or pattern which might be a conversation starter. Another great reason for carrying an umbrella is that if you see someone cute while waiting at the bus stop you can stand next to them and hold it so that it covers them too. This thoughtful gesture will make a great first impression and might even get you a date!
Everyone else will look miserable when it is raining, so the best way to stand out and look more attractive is to simply have a smile on your face!
It’s pouring rain outside, but you can still look your best by wearing the right waterproofjackets
, scarves, footwear and of course, a smile.
Article By: Adam Nicolson