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Let the heavens bleed: brollies to make you crave the rain

Rain, rain go away? No thanks, let it pour with these slick men's umbrellas

Let the heavens bleed: brollies to make you crave the rain

In an average year, oppressive grey clouds will shower us once every three days. Other than the watch on your wrist, that makes an umbrella perhaps the most useful accessory you can own. Don’t be a soggy sucker this wet season, or make do with the cheapest option: invest in one of these quality brollies to keep your head dry and your style on point.

Vans Vault x London Undercover

"How are you not getting wet? You're not holding anything?!"

End Clothing, £129

London Undercover

This whangee telescopic umbrella's bamboo handle is so slick it'll make you want to constantly swing it around boastfully like a London gent.

End Clothing, £65

Paul Smith

A classic black umbrella with a hint of British eccentricity with Paul Smith's signature stripe trim.

Paul Smith, £65

Mr Stanford

Pour a bit of cash into an umbrella like this, and it’ll likely last you a decade.

Mr Stanford, £99

London Undercover x Carharrt W.I.P

US workwear giants Carhartt teams up with the London wet weather icons for a compact branded treat.

London Undercover, £42

Ted Baker

Bold inside print, vintage crook handle, contrast burgundy fastening, this umbrella is all about the details.

Selfridges, £45


This is the kind of umbrella Prince Charles would use if he took the corgis out for a drizzly Sunday stroll.

John Lewis, £28.95

Alexander McQueen

If you've ever wanted to look like Malfoy's dad from Harry Potter, one of the most stylish villains of all time, then this silver skull handle umbrella is your chance.

Harrods, £310