It looks pretty as a picture where Brooke is, but as it's spitting like a p'd-off feline here, I thought I'd do some rain day inspiration and metamorphosize Brooke's look for those not-so-sunny days. I absolutely love wearing skirts in the rain! I kind of have this mental image of flipping off the weather like "Ha! Still stylin', even tho you're trying to stop me!" :) Skirts are just fun and femme and a great way to add bright color on a rainy day, which is another thing I love doing. Nothing is more blah to me than wearing gray (although I adore gray!) on a gray day. Get yo brights out :) Prints are especially fun since they're a whole lot of colors mixed together, making Brooke's pretty printed skirt a rain day insta-classic. Stay cozy by pairing it with a chunky sweater. Go dry with knee-high rainboots (in a color) ..are you sensing a common theme yet? :)...and a colored umbrella. The print makes it easy to blend a bunch of shades, so if you have hunter green rain boots and a pink umbrella, that can all work via the right print to tie it all together. (Hint: if you don't have a skirt that makes all this work, use a solid skirt (omg colored tulle!) and do your blending with a scarf - just choose a cotton, modal or wool one (not silk) that won't tend to get rain dots if some drops hit it). If your boots and umbrella match (props @ you for planning ahead!), you can do this combo with a print OR a neutral. If you're short on scarves and skirts, go for a low-neck sweater and layer a plaid buttondown underneath and blend your colors that way. See - there are gobs of different ways to pull all these beautiful brights together. So, go for it :) ...let's see you walking in the purple (or green, blue, yellow, orange) rain! #BrookeAndPrinceOhMy
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