8 things to keep you warm and dry this rainy season

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MANILA, Philippines – It’s official: summer’s over.

Not too long ago, PAGASA declared the start of the rainy season – which means it’s time to keep those swimsuits and tank tops in the closet and bust out those rainy weather essentials to help us survive the heavy rains as we go around the metro.

Below, we’ve picked some items that we think can help you stay warm and dry this season.

ANTHILL reversible scarf

Get this from XChange for ₱2,000.00

Stay warm as you work in the office or at school with this stylish handmade piece by ANTHILL. 

Non-slip rain boots

Get this from Lazada for ₱671.00

Keep your feet dry and clean with this stylish pair of ankle boots.

Rappler Mood Meter umbrella

Get this from XChange for ₱450.00

Brave the rains with this automatic umbrella!

French press and coffee and tea pot

Get this from Lazada for ₱1,402.00

Start your day right and warm yourself up from the inside! Skip store-bought coffee or tea and craft your favorite blend with this set.

Pugad Baboy Ask Polgas mug

Get this from XChange for ₱250.00

Pugad Baboy fans, here’s something for you. Read a comic strip as you sip on your favorite hot drink anytime.

Insulated tumbler

Get this from Lazada for ₱2,800.00

Always on the go? Keep your coffee, tea, or cocoa hot (or cold) for hours, wherever your busy schedule leads you to. Bonus: this set includes steel straws and cleaning brush, too!

Mermaid blanket

Get this from Lazada for ₱2,305.00

Spend a lazy weekend in bed with this cozy knitted mermaid blanket and a book or magazine.

Scented candles

Get the large jars of Bahama Breeze, Lavender Vanilla, and Misty Mountains Yankee Candle brand candles from Lazada for ₱1,946.00 each

Staying home all day? Light a candle or two and let its scent calm your senses.

How would you keep yourself warm and dry this season? – Rappler.com