Ethical Rainy Day Style featuring the Hunter Refined Chelsea Boots

We’ve had some pretty heavy rains in Los Angeles the last couple weeks and even more forecasted in the coming week – which I’m super excited about! Who else love rainly LA Days!?

Last week, Alex and I went on a rare weekday lunch date at our favorite sushi spot in Manhattan Beach and I put my new Hunter Refined Chelsea boots to test. After lunch, we took a quick stroll down to the start of the pier and stopped by Becker’s Bakery & Deli for their popular sugar cookies.

I have a pair of Hunter’s Original Tour Boots that I love, but I find that I don’t reach for them too often since it rains so infrequently in LA. I love that the Refined Chelsea Boots look like regular ankle boots from the front – which gives them more styling options!

I’ve also had this London Fog trench coat for years and pull it out every rainy season. I purchased it back when I had to travel to Seattle for my old job every month and love that it comes with a removable liner for days that I need extra warmth. (See how I styled it for work on this post)

I love that Hunter is making strides in the ethical fashion industry by committing to ethical trading and requiring all suppliers to provide a safe workplace and meet high standards in human rights, labor practices, and the environment. I definitely reccomend them if you’re looking for a low-profile rain boot!

Sweater: Everlane | Jeans: Rag & Bone | Trench: London Fog (shorter version here) | Boots: Hunter Chelsea Refined (Original Tour Boots) | (Necklace: Sézane (another Sézane fav) | Bag: Longchamp | Umbrella: Tumi

Have a happy weekend and stay dry!


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