The dry season is basically our spring/summer, and the wet season is the closest thing we have to fall/winter (IKR, not even really close). So take advantage of the rainy days when it becomes perfectly fine to wear layers in the PH! Of course, the weather can change to sunny and back again, so what you wear has to be adaptable enough to keep you cool should the sun decide to shine. Stylish meets sensible with these rainy-day OOTD ideas from fashion bloggers!
1. Dark romantic
Florals are usually an S/S staple, but add black and they’re easily an F/W fave. Same goes for flowy or skin-baring silhouettes—wear with mesh and black boots and voilà, they’re season-appropriate.
2. Cozy casual
Feel right at home in loose-fitting tops, frayed denim jeans, and comfy sneakers. Best for rainy days when you still need to be on the go and on your feet. It’s a simple outfit with an effortless cool-kid vibe.
Just because the skies are overcast doesn’t mean you have to be garbed in gray, too. If you’re feeling it, have fun with acid brights and happy neons and be the sunshine and rainbow on a gloomy day.
Muted pastels and minimalist neutrals are always versatile. We all know the weather can suddenly change from rainy to scorching hot—a cute blazer over a breezier outfit makes you prepared either way.
5. Red sox
A small change in detail adds a pop of color and quirk into an okay outfit, such as red socks and sporty sneakers for what’s normally paired with girlier footwear. Also better for walking on rained-out roads.
6. Denim jacket
A timeless wardrobe essential that you can wear any which way you want. It’s definitely much harder to rock a denim jacket in the summer, so on chillier rainy days, go ahead and run with it.
The color that’s noticeably peachier in in the summer and acquires a more terracotta hue as the temperature gets cooler. Whatever the season, tangerine is a popular choice for showcasing personal style.
8. White + wine
Create a fashionable twist on the conventional black-and-white ensemble by replacing the black with a somber color like wine, and adding interesting elements and textures to the white.