It’s hard to stay dry and stylish – but it doesn’t mean you can’t sing in the rain. These glamourous umbrellas not only shield your ensemble but complete it.
Unique to this Hayden-Harnett for TargetÂ® collection is a sleek and feminine umbrella, which stands out in the signature fig-leaf print.
This Chantal Thomass black umbrella with a feature panel of black lace over pinstriped red panel, tied together with a black satin bow and lace trimming, give the illusion of a french negligee (nightgown).
An umbrella good enough for the Moulin Rouge entourage, this Guy de Jean can-can umbrella with four layers of deep frilling looks dressy and extravagant.
This lovely girlie umbrella from Pare Umbrella has four layers of lace print and a beautifully shaped and frosted handle.
Another umbrella by Pare Umbrella, this classy umbrella with a contrasting colours and stylish white hand will be a great compliment to any attire.
Here’s an elegant little innovation from MUJI. The handle of this umbrella comes with a hole that allow you to customise by adding a strap or charm. This simple new feature will help distinguish everyone’s umbrella and avoid your umbrella being taken by others accidentally. I’m not so sure if it will serve the intended purposeâ€”given the Japanese propensity for adding appealing touches, the enhancements may lead to an even higher incidence of “lost” umbrellas in the future.
The SENZ umbrella is smart, strong, stylish and will always stand up for you. This 2007 international reddot design award winneroffers a unique aerodynamic design for both style and wind resistance. It is windproof up to a wind force of 70 MPH and never goes inside out.
SENZ umbrellas also feature eyesavers – a tough connection between the canopy and the construction specially designed to protect your eyes from any possible harm. Pick up one of these babies and you might find yourself the last one standing during a heavy rain.
Handcrafted in Italy, this double canopy umbrella from The Pasotti Collection designed with beautiful lace butterflies and pearl drops, cream interior fabric is a glamourous fashion accessory.
This limited edition design from Frank Usher is a goddess of umbrellas. It is decorated with hand stitched applique roses to form the most luxurious and extravagent umbrella in the collection.
‘Old women and sticks’ are quaint Welsh alternatives to the much better known (although no more rational) meteorological ‘cats and dogs’.
This umbrella by Umâ€¦ inspired by the Welsh saying is edged with a tangle of delightfully rickety old ladies and their various walking aids. The umbrellas come with a complementary second layer, an automatic push button and grippable curved handle. A creatively Celtic alternative to the English Cats and Dogs.