Supposedly, April “showers” are said to bring May “flowers.” I interpret this cliché as: the reward for enduring a month of less than ideal weather is a month of exceptional weather. Generally speaking, whether it is physically raining in April or not, the beginning of spring tends to be considered a wet season. The silver lining to the wet weather would be that the temperature begins to rise and the sun begins to shine. All I take away from this meteorology lesson is: spring means it’s time to ditch the winter boots. However, it’s too early for summer sandals. So, what is the solution to this dilemma? Rain boots!

This Fashionista knows how to dress for spring and is not messing around. Her sweater dress is a great addition to any wardrobe for multiple occasions, with its lightweight and soft material. Incorporating sweaters into spring clothing is a huge trend to watch out for this season. Now let’s get to my favorite part of the outfit: the fabulous rain boots. The charcoal color of the boots makes the shoes easy to style with any outfit. Also, the gold zipper on the back of the boots adds a nice detail to the simple outfit. Gold details found on the boots match the gold details of the studded black leather handbag perfectly. The lettuce hem socks peeking out of the top of the boots are a great finishing touch to the overall ensemble.

Overall, this Fashionista could not have executed this look any better than she did. The ease of this look says all you need to know about dressing for spring this season. When spring weather finally starts to peek its way into your forecast, take some tips from this Fashionista!

One Simple Change: In case it actually does end up raining in April, throw on a lightweight beige trench coat to stay dry! This is great to wear for a birthday celebration where you may be walking all over your college town.