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August 09, 2012  | by: Caitlyn Gallip
Splish-splash in style

If there are three pairs of shoes a woman should own, I believe that they are black heels, black flats and rain boots. Though they’re not an every day shoe choice (unless you live in the north west), when the rain starts to pour you will be happy to splash through puddles in a nice pair.


Original British Wellington Boot from Hunter Boots

The ultimate classic in rain boots would have to be from Hunter. Since 1856 Hunter Boots have been a symbol of British country life and has a royal history to match. Today, Hunter offers many styles from the classic tall boots to high heeled styles.


Haymarket Checked Rain Boot from Burberry

If you are looking to class up a rainy day, look no further than classic Burberry. The Haymarket Checked Rain boot is perfect for those with slightly larger calves. Hitting just at the start of the calf, these boots make it easy to slip on, but still give superior style and wetness protection.


Navy Floral Women's Printed Wellies from Joules

If you want to stick with the British theme, the company Joules makes adorable wellies. Shown here in Navy Floral, these boots add some color to what could be a dreary day.

What do you think? Are you ready to walk on a rainy day or would you rather have the sun out? There is always a silver lining, especially if you get to wear cute boots.

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