If your Twitter time line is anything like mine, this week, all you’ll have read is “OMG ITS RAINING AGAIN” or “LOL LOL LOL HOW CAN WE STILL BE IN A DROUGHT LOOK AT THE RAIN” (Don’t understand how we can be in the wettest drought? This article from Channel 4 explains it).
I’ve actually been quite happy about the rain – I bought these short wellies from Primark a month or so ago, but the weather hasn’t been completely horrible to justify wearing them without people giving you a bit of side eye. Whatev, my feet are dry. They remind me of these Mel booties, although I prefer the Primark bow. When the weather was starting to turn horrible a week or so ago, I looked at the broken brolly I was using and quickly placed an order with Amazon for a new one. Thanks to my Prime account, it was delivered the next day – I bought this Susino umbrella* for about Â£12, and I love it because I like clear umbrellas, its not a dome shape (so I can share with other people!) and it has a button to automatically open. That was exciting when I was 8 and had a little red umbrella, and its not gotten any less exciting as I’ve gotten older.
I’ve blogged before about raincoats, but I thought I’d share some cute wellies and umbrellas, because lets face it, we live in the UK, you need a decent umbrella at the very least.
1. Fulton Lulu Guinness bunting via Amazon, Â£22.95* – 2. Fulton spotted via Amazon* – 3. Small London via Cath Kidston, Â£20* – 4. Small black frills via Dorothy Perkins, Â£8* – 5. Rainbow via Amazon, Â£6.99* – 6. Red spotted via Cath Kidston, Â£28* – 7. Claremont poppys via Radley, Â£30*
1. Tommy Hilfiger via Zalando, Â£90 * -Â 2. Joules via Zalando, Â£64.99 * -Â 3. Cath Kidston, Â£38 * -Â 4. Hunter via Amazon, Â£55Â * (approx – price varies on colour) -Â 5. Joe Browns, Â£24.95Â * -Â 6. Wedge Welly via Amazon, Â£42.94 * -Â 7. Ted Baker, Â£75 *