Summer seems to be making a late arrival if the rain today is anything to go by – but that’s no reason to dread pulling on drab waterproof trousers and bulky jackets.

Georgia in Dublin create rain wear that’s made for women who want to feel feminine and confident whilst being free to enjoy the outdoors, whatever the weather.

The kit is designed to be functional, as well as stylish. The Dublette jacket, for example, will expand over a backpack, but the back and sleeves can be cinched in for a stylish look when off the bike.

Coming in at €180.00 there are six colours to choose from, and the coat is available to fit sizes 8-20.

The Dublette - Elegant, Expandable Rain jacket - Georgia in Dublin_files

The range also includes a rainwrap – a more flattering alternative to waterproof trousers that uses a timeless Irish design which promises to keep you dry in a downpour. An attachable garter can be used to keep the skirt in place...

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If you’d rather stick with your normal trousers, but want to swap standard overshoes for something more stylish, there are ‘leggits’.

These fit over shoes or boots to protect your toes from the elements. With 100% waterproofing, high viz detail and soles made from recycled inner tubes, they are available in a range of colours so you can match them to your outfit.


Also on offer is the D1 vest, which will protect you from the wind and rain, but takes stylings from the Dutch artist Mondrian for a unique and high viz style.

For those riding bikes with baskets, there's the functionally feminine Dorothy cover, which promises to keep your luggage dry, too.


Also in the range are mittens with foldable finger flaps make life easier when you need to multitask - fiddle with your phone or have a bite to eat. If you're not after full coverage, there are the "And Cuffs" - stand alone cuffs, designed specifically to keep your arms and hands warm, leaving fingers free should you choose to wear an oversized ring!


You can see these and more at here at Georgia in Dublin.

What do you think, is this kit up your street, or will you be sticking with your baggy black overtrousers?