Getting outside for a brief walk is incredibly important for your mental and physical health during this quarantine, but sometimes the weather doesn’t want to cooperate. Now that April showers are upon us, check out these chic umbrellas for a splash of color and fun.
Pieni Unikko Mini Manual, $50, marimekko.com
Marimekko is a Finnish design house focused on adding a pop of color and flair to everyday lifestyle products, so it comes as no surprise that they produce some stylish umbrellas. Their Pieni Unikko Mini Manual umbrella is small enough to fit in a purse and is incredibly lightweight, making it an essential travel companion when the weather is looking gloomy.
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Tree of Life Automatic,
Turban Diva is the passion project of yogi, chiropractor, and designer Laurie Andreoni. After losing her hair to chemo during a fight with breast cancer, she set out to create accessories that make women feel empowered. Her Tree of Life Automatic umbrella is elegantly designed, simple to use, and a purchase supports her cause.
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Mandala Automatic, $39,
April Castoldi is an artist who loves creating bold, pattern-based pieces that can inspire anyone to meditate and heal. Her Mandala Automatic umbrella expresses a potent reminder that the world is in the palm of your hands, no matter what’s going on around you.
Certain Standard X Scott Albrecht Automatic, $80, and Camo Automatic, $65, certainstandard.com
Certain Standard lives up to their name. Their umbrellas were born out of necessity by designers living in rainy Seattle. The result is umbrellas that shine under gloomy skies and can handle anything from a light mist to a slushy mix.
Fox Automatic, €305,
Pasotti Ombrelli is luxury at your fingertips. These handmade Italian umbrellas are gorgeous and each one is made from the finest materials that can go into an umbrella. While the Fox handle caught our eye, you can choose from a wide array of different designs. Think Bull Terrier to honor your beloved pup, or a Flamingo to remind you that it’s always sunny somewhere.
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