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- Long fur-collar gabardine trench coat, $2,595 at Burberry
- Patagonia Women's Torrentshell Jacket, $129
- Zara Wellies, $79.90
- Joules Womens Premium Rain Boot, $167 at Carousel Saddlery in Portola Valley
- Tory Burch Maureen Rainboot, $195
- Sergio Rossi Wedge Rain Boot, $350 at Barneys New York
- Hunter Original Tall Rain Boots, $140 at Heidi Says Shoes
- Muji 2 Ways Foldable Umbrella, $27.50
- Marc Jacobs Resort '13 Degrade Floral Print Umbrella, $24
- Kate Spade New York Rain Check Umbrella,
- Ralph Lauren Dog Raincoat, $66.50 (was $95)
Rain season is upon us. And we're so glad it finally came—if not only for the fact that snow will be much appreciated at Tahoe ski resorts' openings next week. If these past few days of wet weather have caught you and your closet off guard, then surely it's time to update the old rain gear repertoire. The classic Burberry trench coat remains the steady investment piece that will provide years of good use while the new styles of rain boots are the perfect breaths of fresh air into a stale line up. And, of course, a beautiful umbrella will not only protect you from rain drops but will also inject a nostalgic, childhood glee into those rainy days ahead (plus, they're total arm candy). So suit up and step out for some puddle splashing in style.
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