Raincoats with prints are the best. Shop these 9 rainy day essentials right now

The exciting rain clothes you need to invest in right now to keep outdoors this week.

Sydneysiders, with the rainy weather setting for a couple of days, this is the time to embrace puddle jumping (and dancing in the rain, obviously) and get yourself outdoors. Rain clothing doesn't have to be drab: rainbow coloured umbrellas and pastel printed puffer jackets are making a come back. You heard it here first.

We did some Internet trawling to pull together what you need to buy. Here’s how to look cool in the rain this weekend.


ASOS, Rain Pac A Mac in Star Print, $35.50


David Jones, Clifton Rainbow Print Umbrella, $19.95


ASOS, Raincoat in Cocoon Fit, $91


THE ICONIC, Hunter Short Welly Socks, $40


THE ICONIC, Hunter Original Tall Gloss, $189


ASOS, Pac A Mac in Ice cream Print, $35.50


Sunday Somewhere, Bruno Sunglasses, $250


THE ICONIC, Hunter Regent, $229


ASOS, Rain Mac in Bonded Lace, $55

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All there's left to do now is to go in search of puddles...

Doone Roisin

Doone Roisin is the social media butterfly and a Contributing Fashion Editor at finder.com.au. She's an online shopping enthusiast ready to show you what to buy and how to wear it, the best sales around town and insider tips to make note of.

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