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7 Umbrellas That Will Make You Feel Like A Grown Up

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Umbrellas are one of those things that just seem made to be lost eventually, right? It’s not easy to keep track of them or even remember that you own one sometimes, especially when you’re rushing to class on a rainy, dreary day. But having a good umbrella, much like proper rain boots or a raincoat, is a total game changer. There’s nothing like being prepared and knowing that you have your proverbial ducks in a row.

Still, since umbrellas seemingly inevitably end up in a lost and found, or your best friend’s closet, you don’t want to spend way too much money on one. That’s for another time of your life, trust. But throwing down a little change for the perfect umbrella might make you get a little more possessive of it, or at least remember to grab it along with your bag and coat before you leave your destination. It’s like tricking yourself into caring about it, which you should be doing anyway. The umbrellas here are good starter umbrellas from Amazon to make you feel like the type of person who actually buys umbrellas and doesn’t just adopt one that’s been left behind by someone else.

Flower umbrella

This umbrella is almost too cute to forget under your chair after your seminar class.

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inverted umbrella

An inverted umbrella is key if you don’t want to look like a cartoon on a blustery day. This one has great reviews and comes in so many colors, you could match with anything in your closet.

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repel travel umbrella

This is nice and compact, but packs a big, waterproof punch.

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uv protection umbrella

This silver umbrella will stop raindrops from falling on your head, and also protect your skin from the sun when it’s not downpouring.

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Bubble Print Umbrella

This bubble umbrella will have you feeling prim and proper and the geometric print is just a bonus.

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oversized umbrella

Oversized everything is in right now, so why not get a massive umbrella to match your oversized pants and t-shirts.

travel umbrella

This tiny little umbrella will fit into your bag with ease, so you can always have it on you. Plus, the white is pretty chic.

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Karen is an affiliate content writer and editor for the Her Campus community. More of her other current work can be found at High Snobiety where she covers celeb style, fashion trends, and sneakerhead life. Karen was formerly an entertainment writer and editor at Bustle, Screenrant, The Dipp, Hello Giggles, and probably any other website you can likely think of that covers entertainment, pop culture, and news. She has a B.A. in English and Journalism from Temple University in Philadelphia and an M.A. in Media Studies from The New School University. In a previous life, Karen spent almost a decade in Rome, Italy working as a student advisor for Northeastern University’s architecture study abroad program (and eating all of the pasta and pizza she could afford). She currently resides in Brooklyn, New York. When she's not glued to her laptop writing and adding things to cart, Karen's likely trying to learn how to do her own gel manicures while watching Bravo. If you want to talk about TV, the best sneakers and nail colors right this very minute, or where to go on a European spring break, don't be a stranger.