I DON'T love what rain does to leather though. People in my Facebook groups have often asked me why I even bother buying things made of leather or suede because they must all get ruined living out here, or I must rarely wear any of it due to potential damage, but au contraire... 1-2 times per year, I go and treat all my shoes and leather bags, and it keeps them protected and also in much better condition overall, and I can use them all year long, rain or shine. This is an older video I made, but the products I use are still basically the same and easy to find.
"But what if I only use natural products?"
Tough luck, Raynebow-Sage. You want to know what's natural? Leather being ruined by rain. THAT is natural. You want to know what else is natural? Animals wearing their own skin in the first place. So really, I'm not sure why you even own leather, MaKaylee. Do Birkenstocks only come in leather? Even though I do poke some fun, Birks are comfy as all get out. Not comfy enough for me to own, but I totally don't judge. Unless you wear them with socks. Then I'm definitely judging. But Seattleites LOVE their socks-with-sandals, even though that sounds like the absolute WORST combo to wear in the rain.
See you tomorrow!