5 Ways to Puddle–Proof Your Travel Wardrobe


With the proper gear, you can embrace spring showers whenever, and wherever, they strike.

Drifter Umbrella in Navy
  1. Umbrella — When folded up, this lightweight, laurel–handled umbrella is just 27 cm long, perfect for stashing in case of sudden storms. Westerly Goods Drifter Umbrella in Navy, $40

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 Baro The Woodlands Rain Jacket in Fern
  1. Jacket — North Vancouver–based Baro’s signature three–layer waterproof fabric, combined with sealed seams, fleece–lined pockets and an oversized hood, will keep you warm and dry through a drizzle or downpour. Baro Drywear The Woodlands Rain Jacket in Fern, $298

A blonde woman wearing the Y-3 Black Rain Bucket Hat
  1. Bucket hat — This insulated nylon topper from Y–3, a brand by Japanese designer Yohji Yamamoto and Adidas, has an asymmetric brim that makes it longer in the back, protecting your neck from wayward raindrops. SSENSE Y–3 Black Rain Bucket Hat, $120

Rains Tote Bag Rush in Beige
  1. Tote bag — Rains, the Danish rainwear expert, is behind this minimalist water–resistant bag that’s equipped with a waterproof zipper for souvenir safekeeping. Rains Tote Bag Rush in Beige, $70

Hunter Women’s Refined Stitch Detail Chelsea Boots in Grey Heron
  1. Boots — Go on, jump in that puddle! These smart Chelsea boots are fully waterproof and made from natural rubber, while the platform sole and chunky heel provide grip no matter how slick the terrain. Hunter Women’s Refined Stitch Detail Chelsea Boots in Grey Heron, $195