Outfit: pants The Kooples, boots Vic Matie, top Zara, trench Flavio Castellani, beanie Atos Lombardini
Advice. I do like rainy days. I really do, especially when I'm sitting inside on the sofa, a fashion magazine to the right and a cup of hot chocolate or tea, whatever, to the left. Cosily wrapped up and all, you know. When it comes to facing rain outside, it's different. My hair gets fuzzy, curly and all the things that you hardly can imagine and all the things that I - more or less sucessfully - try to avoid. So basics and a whole new level of layering are on! Plus managing to still look stylish but like not too much - nothing worse than appearing like one just tried too hard, right? Especially in the rain. It's got to be easy, laid-back and you should be able to walk fast - since you won't melt in the rain, you don't need an umbrealla... as a rule of thumb - even though there's no such thing as rules according to clothes - so let's call it "a well-meant advice for rainy dressing": avoid unnecessary weight and weirdly shaped items like... well, you know. Also, don't forget a beanie that delays the hair problem slash poodle-di-doodle to develop aaaand finally, you're ready to go! What do you think of my weatherproof outfit?
PS: and don't carry your heavy SLR with you in the rain, unless you're the f**cking Sartorialist, he probably has another two or ten at home... haha and thaaaat explains why the snaps' quality's nothing but crap.
Have a lovely not-so-rainy day!
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