Whoever thinks that rain jackets are reserved for summer clearly hasn't spent a day in Florida; a sunshower can pop up any time of year. And who among us—no matter where you live—hasn't gotten stuck in a post-work downpour sans umbrella because it was nothin' but blue skies when you left your house that morning? But even when the weather's at torrential monsoon levels, you don't have to let it ruin your outfit. Ahead, 10 rain jackets (that don't resemble shiny trash bags) you'll want to wear even when it's not wet and muggy outside.
I took one glance at Everlane's anorak and suddenly I wish it's fall? Wear this ultra cool lightweight, water-resistant jacket on rainy days to the office without feeling like your colleagues are staring at you. (Unlike when you wear those high-top rain boots.)
Beat the blues in Stutterheim's unisex mid-length colorblocked coat. The brand is known for its beautiful rain jackets with boxy fits.
Columbia's best-selling Arcadia waterproof rain jacket comes in eight (!) different colors and plenty of five star reviews on Amazon. As one reviewer noted, it's perfect for light to moderate showers and fits snugly. Make sure to order a size up if you're into layering.
Suddenly, I'm not so upset about the rain when statement pieces like Rains' holographic jacket exists...with a hood!
Throw on a t-shirt and leggings underneath Lululemon's oversized jacket, and you won't feel so bad about running errands in the rain. It surprisingly adjusts to your body shape with its cinched sleeves and waist, and if you're heading on a trip it folds into—wait for it—a fanny pack.
It's called the "Perfect Rain Jacket" for a reason—J.Crew's best-selling coat is refreshingly simple, and comes in eight different colors. Shoppers can't stop talking about the lightweight and easy fit.
Please don't mind me and my waterproof double-breasted leopard trench coat that I will be wearing everyday from September through December, thank you very much.
If there were any hesitations about this raincoat's protective features, Herschel's parka is made to keep out the rain and wind with its special waterproof stretch fabric. It's easy on the eyes, too.
The OG all-weather brand still has a special place in our hearts. Go for a cape look with this unisex poncho if you're tired of the traditional, zipped-up style...
...But if you're not tired of the zipper, keep it minimal in Hunter's original lightweight rubber jacket with a drawstring hood and pockets for days.
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