13 Rain Hacks To Help You Deal When You Get Caught In A Downpour

There is nothing worse than wet socks. I repeat: there is nothing worse than wet socks.

Take your shoes off and stuff them with newspaper.

Take your shoes off and stuff them with newspaper.

This will draw out the moisture. Replace every hour or so, and let air dry. If your shoes smell at all, add baking soda to the insides of your shoes.

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Microfiber Towels

Microfiber Towels

Keep one at work and use it to dry off your hair and your socks. To dry off your socks, roll them in the towel.

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Or use a t-shirt that's lying around.

Or use a t-shirt that's lying around.

Gently squeeze sections of your wet hair with the shirt.

Wear Platform Melissa Shoes if You Don't Want to Wear Rain Boots

Wear Platform Melissa Shoes if You Don't Want to Wear Rain Boots

There's a time and a place for galoshes (a muddy music festival, for instance), but they're just not appropriate for the office, or going out. Melissa shoes are made out of plastic, so you can dry them off with a paper towel or some Starbucks napkins. And the platform will at least keep your feet somewhat dry unless you happen to step in a huge puddle.

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