College Fashion Tip: Bring Rain Boots

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I’ll be off to college in several weeks and that means I got to finish with my shopping soon! I got to talk to some of the college alumni about some advice on what to bring for college and several of them have emphasized on one surprising item: rain boots (maybe not so surprising).

What I’d like to say is that I think I’m not the only one here who has never, ever worn a pair of rain boots in her life before. It just never seemed to be a necessity for me. It rains but everywhere I go there are sidewalks. Well, college is going to be different and I trust the wise words of my advisors, so I got these Western Chief Women’s Chevy Plaid Rain Boots at a very good price just several weeks ago at Macy’s. It was on clearance but that just makes it better! I was actually going to buy them at its original price but decided to wait it out and boy, was that a good decision. I saved around $30 just because of that.

Okay, so some of you might think you wouldn’t need them there are sidewalks for you to avoid the mucky mud on those rainy days, right? Wrong. Whether you’re living on campus or not, you are going to need them. In fact, you’re going to be needing them more if you are a residential student. You are going to walk on that grass and make pedal contact with that beautiful composition of soil and water that we call mud – and you’re going to like it when you wear those boots.

I really liked the boots from Western Chief because of its fun patterns. The pattern really makes me feel like a kid again. Now I can jump in puddles without worrying about what’s going to happen to my feet. It’ll be like the Singin’ in the Rain musical wear we can all be singing and dancing together. And it was all because of a pair of rain boots.


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