Last month I finally got around to sharing photos from Junk Bonanza Portland. Then I shared a list of thing to do in Portland if you get go next year. Hopefully it won’t be as wet and rainy as our trip was. Portland was still beautiful and we had a great time. I didn’t have a pair of rain boots so I packed this pair of Keds hiking boots that I’ve had for OVER 20 years! I would highly recommend them, obviously, but it doesn’t look like they still make them. This pair of snow boots was about as close as I could find.
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Best Rain Boots for Women
On the 12 hour trip home Jordann and I had a lot of time to talk. We did a little research on rain boots for women and she put together a list of her favorites. These would definitely come in handy next year when we go back to Portland… come to think of it, we’ve been to several rainy flea markets this year where I could have worn these.
BTW, the purple socks came from the “sock guy” at Treasure Island Flea. They’re bamboo and padded on the bottom. I love them but I haven’t been able to find any exactly like them anywhere. These socks would be a cute alternative.
These are a very traditional style rain boot. Scroll down to see a shorter version and other colors!
Clark boots are a little more affordable and I love this plaid.
These are what I’ve decided to replace my Ked’s with. I like the shorter length.
Are you brave enough to wear floral boots? Send me a picture if you do. I feel like I want to get these just to style them for you!
This style may be a little more than I need but they’d be great if you live in a colder area!
These boots and more:
Thanks for reading. Leave a comment and let me know if you can recommend another rain boot for me.
‘Til the next market,