Rainy Day Outfits to Copy Now

Not all raincoats have to be long—or even raincoats at all. A cropped embellished jacket takes an all-black outfit and zhuzhes it up to the next level. (Just remember an umbrella—we love a clear bubble one to keep your outfit on display.)

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Just because you’re working with neutrals doesn’t mean you have to keep them in the same family: Mix bluesy grays with layers of warm browns for an upgrade on the basics (and add a puffer on top for an extra layer of coziness).

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On rainy days, we wear pink: The pajama trend lends itself perfectly to days when you’d rather stay in bed.

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Not all gray has to be dull—in fact, it can be downright shiny. Don a minimalist piece in a vibrant metallic, like this silver shift in a foil finish, to add a little playfulness to an otherwise blah day.

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We will always stan a poncho that is both utilitarian and attractive.

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A trench with a cheerful pop of color in the lining adds a little something to a navy raincoat. Victoria Beckham–style sunglasses are definitely optional.

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Go for an umbrella that departs from a solid black or navy color scheme—this rainbow-colored brolly is just the thing to perk up the gray of a rainy day (and we bet it will be a thousand times harder to accidentally leave behind).

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