If you’re ever in a pickle about how to style something, turn to your favorite A-listers. Whether it’s how to pair flat shoes with pretty much anything, how to make vintage clothes feel modern, or how to pull off a crochet dress in the dead of winter, these starlets pretty much mastered the best ways to wear anything, both on and off the red carpet. So, with the recent influx of rain on both coasts, we thought it would be a fitting time to see how some of our favorite stylish celebs wear rain boots. Not surprisingly, we were quite impressed with the looks we found.
Keep scrolling to see how Rihanna, Poppy Delevingne, and more make rain boots chic, and then shop our picks!
Bad Gal makes rainboots feel like a fashion statement by pairing them with an of-the-moment oversized puffer and fashion-forward Luis Vuitton backpack.
The always-elegant King’s ankle-grazing coat is the perfect way to show just a peek of your rain boots, which in this case is perfect because you wouldn’t want to cover up that chain detail!
While we always thought of duck boots as purely practical, Olsen manages to make them actually quite covetable by pairing them with vintage-inspired jeans (cuffed to perfection) and a long white coat.
On Elizabeth Olsen: Sportmax coat.
A structured statement bag is the perfect finishing touch on Alba’s simple and practical airport look.
Delevingne managed to steal the show at the most recent star-studded Glastonbury festival by pairing her classic “wellies” with an on-trend bomber.
There’s a reason Hunter is a celeb-favorite brand.
How chic are these?
This pair has a borrowed-from-the-boys vibe that we just love.
If you’re going to trust your weather-resistant footwear to anyone, it should be the British.
The best $30 you’ll spend all week.
You can never go wrong with something simple.
For those of you who value quality over anything else, Sperry’s famous duck boots won’t disappoint.
Add some edge to your look with these.
Penny loafers like you’ve never seen them before.
You can count on anything from Ugg to be comfy.
Keeping it simple is always a good idea.
From a distance, this pair can totally pass as your average Chelsea boot.