The best, and by best, I mean cutest rain boots.

For us Southern Californians, rain is a rare occurrence. Well, until this year that is. We have had a bit of a winter and  I can finally wear all my fabulous jackets without sweating like a crazy lady. Turns out when the ground is wet, you do actually have to dress accordingly. Here’s some of my favorite rain boots to get you from April showers to May flowers…

These Sorel Joan of Arctic wedge boots are top of my list. While they don’t look like your average rain boots, they are indeed weather proof. Aside from being practical, I love the hidden wedge to give your legs a little extra length. Shearling was a big trend for fall and the details on these have just the right amount to wear season after season.

Perhaps one of the best know makers of chic wellies is Hunter. A staple wether you’re hunting in the English country side, or in my case, doing school drop off on a  rainy day. While their original tall boots are an obvious go-to in black, this season I love their Original Nebula Tall Boots in Wave Blue.

Hunter also offers a great trendy version with their Refined Short Biker Boots. Still water proof without looking it, and super on trend. An obvious choice for jeans but these would also slay with dark tights and a dress.

Now these last ones I am sliding on on a technicality- they are waterproof:) These Jeffrey Campbell Hurricane boots are too fun not to include. Translucent was a big trend for fall and just make sense in spring. Just be sure you’re wearing cute socks as they will be on display!

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