You might think I’m a little crazy for thinking that rain boots don’t always have to be worn in the rain (the entire thing they are named after), but I’m all about getting the most use out of anything I own. Versatility is key in any wardrobe. Today I’m busting three myths that you’ve probably heard about why you can’t wear rain boots in the snow. Trust me, it can be done! Read on to find out how!
Myth 1: Rain boots won’t hold enough insulation to keep your feet warm.
OK, it’s true, rain boots aren’t the most insulated shoes ever made. But that’s not to say they can’t be worn in the snow! With leg warmers and warm socks they will definitely be able to keep your feet happy and warm!
I suppose it depends on the rainboots you own, but mine have a lot of traction and I haven’t slipped once while wearing them in the snow! When shopping for rain boots look for ones that have a good tread.
Myth 3: Rain boots are too loose and will cause you to slip.
If you find your rain boots are too loose, then I have an easy solution. Invest in a pair of boot liners! There are so many cute styles and they can add an extra layer to help fill the space. Thicker socks will also do the trick and leave your feet snug and warm.
I hope you all are staying cozy and stylish in whatever weather conditions you live in! Remember to surround yourself with people who will support you even when it rains, not just when it shines.
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