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Rainy Day Style Essentials

These stylish pieces ensure you’ll be suited up for any kind of April shower

By Jennifer McCullum March 8, 2016

A pair of rain boots and a pair of pants.

This article originally appeared in the April 2016 issue of Seattle magazine.

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Stay dry with the City Pocket jacket ($470), made from traditional British waxed cotton fabric, part of the debut line of Queen Anne–based outerwear brand Feller (feller.clothing).  

Lightweight cashmere leggings ($298) from Queen Anne’s Mere Basics can stand on their own or slip seamlessly under jeans for an extra layer during chilly spring downpours (shop.merebasics.com).  

Chooka’s mid-calf rain boot ($64.95) color-blocks high tides for pedestrian puddle jumpers. The Kent-based Washington Shoe Company, maker of the boot, celebrates its 125th anniversary this year (shoes.com).

 

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