Even if the weather's at torrential monsoon levels (looking at you April), you don't have to let it ruin your weekday vibes. Ahead, 10 spring-ified rain jackets that don't resemble shiny trash bags and might actually add some sartorial sunshine to your overcast day.
When French blogger Garance Doré puts her stamp on anything you listen up, especially when it's as pretty as this Neapolitan-esque jacket.
Stutterheim x Garance Doré Rain Jacket, $340; stutterheim.com.
A shiny parka with cropped sleeves so you can layer up with pretty shirt-dresses underneath.
Hooded Raincoat, $70; zara.com.
All the better to show off your fresh new floral maxi dress (see what you did there 😉).
Transparent Raincoat, $70; zara.com.
A traffic-stopping highlighter pink to add extra warmth to your miserably rainy commute.
Weather-Ready Rain Jacket, $195; ugg.com.
Pastel hues because even if it's raining buckets outside, it's still spring in your heart.
Rain Mac, $95; topshop.com.
A sporty cropped jacket to pair with your Hunter wellies (like a true Brit).
Hunter Hooded Raincoat, $306; farfetch.com.
When you don't want to look like an actual trash bag but wouldn't mind wearing something equally as airy, enter Canada Goose's ultra-lightweight raincoat that's designed to be especially resistant against gale force winds.
Rosewell Jacket, $395; canadagoose.com.
An affordable snap jacket that covers almost (almost!) all of your extremities, and in a palate-cleansing blue to boot.
Rain Coat, $35; hm.com.
For an all-purpose rain jacket that'll get you through tomorrow's torrential downpour and next winter's blizzard, look to Patagonia's three-layer, weather-sealed rain jacket with a laminated hood that helps you see in poor visibility conditions.
Triolet Jacket, $399; patagonia.com.