Joe Fresh marled sweater (another option) / Levi's jeans / Forever 21 hooded parka / H&M knee high wool socks / Hunter boots big kids (adult size here) / Kate Spade tote (currently 25% off!) / Ray-ban sunglasses (currently 25% off!)
Not gonna lie, but I've been loving how it's been raining lately here in LA. As much as I appreciate LA's sunny weather, it's a nice change when it's gloomy and raining outside. It also gives me a reason to take out my Hunter rain boots that rarely see the light of day... or should I say the rain?
I frequently get questions about my Hunter boots on how I really feel about them. As much as it doesn't rain here in LA, I love wearing them when it does. In fact, sometimes it rains a little bit more often here just so I can take them out of the box. This is the style of boots that I have. Since I'm a little bit shorter and have a smaller feet (I'm a size 6 for reference), I decided to get the big kids version of these boots. I'm wearing size 4 (boys)/5 (girls). If you're a true size 6 (women), you'll still have some wiggle room inside. These would easily fit if you're a size 6.5. I've worn them in the snow and layered two socks (or boot warmers) for additional warmth. They're a little loose if you wear them with thin crew socks if you have a size six feet.
Not sure if it was just me, but it took me awhile to get used to these boots since they are made of rubber. You might want to bring extra shoes if you're going to drive with them. The shaft of the boots are fits just right for me even if I layer thick socks over my pants. I also much prefer the big kids version for my height (I'm 5'1) since they don't hit my knees like the adult versions which makes them more comfortable for walking.
I hope you guys had a great weekend! I'm still trying to get my place in order and on top of that
With all the spring cleaning that I've been doing, I've also been updating my Poshmark closet with some new items. Please check it out and give my pre-loved/barely used items a new home <3.
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