Rainy Day Essentials: Bean Boots

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I have had my eyes on these Bean Boots for a few years now. Although they are a bit impractical for California, it has been a particularly rainy season and I wanted something a bit more compact than my Hunter boots. I’ve wanted Bean Boots since I lived in Massachusetts, but being a college student with no income, I couldn’t justify purchasing them. Also, they were so popular that they would constantly be on backorder. Fast forward to three years out of college (scary, I know) and I finally pulled the trigger on these heavy-duty boots that are perfect for winter. 

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These boots ended up being the perfect winter boots because they are neutral, super sturdy, and they are great in the rain and snow. I have a few trips to Tahoe planned and these boots will be great for walking around because they keep my feet extremely warm and they have great traction. No slipping and falling for this girl right here!

The other thing that I love about these boots is that they are a lot more compact than other rain or snow boots. I love my Hunter boots for the rain, but they are just so extremely bulky and a hassle to pack. I own a pair of green Hunter boots which are great if you want a pop of color, but it does limit you to what you can wear. The Bean Boots are neutral enough that they go with pretty much anything and everything. They also only go past your ankle, so you don’t have to worry about shoving any extra pant material in them and it bunching around your knee – it happens to the best of us. I am really enjoying these boots and you’ll see me wearing them all season long!

Are you a fan of the Bean Boot? Let me know!

Stay Chic!

Outfit Details

Sweater: Stacy Chang (Similar here)

Jacket: Uniqlo (Similar here)

Scarf: Gap (Similar here)

Jeans: Gap

Shoes: L.L Bean

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