So what is this season's most chic thing to wear when it is pouring rain outside?
Look One: Military Chic
This military look draws from the latest spring runway fashions.
Suze Yalof Schwartz, from Glamour magazine, suggested pairing this military trench with a white tee and green cargo pants, adding a leopard umbrella, bag and scarf to complete the outfit.
Hat: H+M, $6
Trench: Old Navy, $49
Tee: Gap, $17
Bag: Kaufmann's Army Navy, $35
Pants: Loft, $49
Socks: American Apparel, $15
Boots: Nomad, $40
Umbrella: Echo, $38
Look Two: The Poppy Pac-A Parka
This parka is lightweight, hard to wrinkle and easily folds up into a small pouch. Schwartz suggests pairing it in a bright color with ballet flats, a rain bag and a clear umbrella to help keep you dry and stylish on a rainy day.
Parka: Topshop, $55
Tee: Old Navy, $17
Bag: Echo, $30
Watch: Amazon.com, $48
Jeans: Gap, $50
Umbrella: Umbrellas.com, $29
Flats: Endless.com, $40
Look Three: Parisian Rainwear
This coat can be worn as a coat or a dress and Schwartz suggests pairing it with a pair of heeled rain boots. The paint splattered umbrella and studded bag help accessorize the outfit while keeping you dry.
Hat: Eugenia Kim for Target, $17
Coat: Norma Kamali for Walmart, $35
Top: Minnie Mortimer, $35
Bag: Overstock.com, $47
Umbrella: MoMa Design Store, $38
Leggings: American Apparel, $26
Boots: WhatAPair.com, $43
High Fashion, Low Cost, Looks for Rainy Spring
Look Four: Weekend Preppy
This classic outfit of a red anorak, denim and rubber riding boots is perfect for a weekend look Schwartz said. The silver tote and rainbow umbrella add some fun to the preppy look.
Hat: Kaufmann's Army Navy, $10
Anorak: Overstock.com, $39
Bag: Alloy, $30
Top: J.Crew Mens, $50
Umbrella: MoMa Design Store, $40
Boots: Urban Outfitters, $48