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Female shoes for rainy weather

Of course, the most popular shoes in the rain are rubber or PVC boots. They will not only keep your feet dry and warm, but also protect your pants from contamination. Of course, pants must first be tucked. You can wear boots not only in summer, but also in cold winter and late autumn. Only for this time of year it is better to choose insulated models with fur inside. They protect your feet from cold and getting wet during the thaw.

If before rubber boots were shoes for villagers, today they should be in the wardrobe of every fashionists. Especially for them, designers came up with and released feminine and beautiful models of various colours and shades, with various patterns and decor elements. Today nobody will be surprised by boots with lacing, locks, with rhinestones and fun appliqués. High-heeled boots look especially elegant.

Does your style or office dress code not allow you to wear rubber boots even in the most classic version? Then you can pay attention to the elegant ballet shoes, made of rubber. They sit well on feet and at the same time prevent water from seeping in. Also for the attention of women are offered ballet flats, made of plastic.

Ankle boots are actual shoes in Manhattan for the fall season. They will emphasize the good taste of the owner and keep legs dry and comfortable. They will be perfectly combined with any business suit, and rubber ankle boots will emphasize the femininity of any dress.

Another indispensable shoe for rainy weather will be boots on a small platform and heels. They are decorated with massive lacing, and a grooved sole is a feature of the model. The boots will look good in combination with tight pants and a short top. Unfortunately, they are not suitable for office and business meetings.

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