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Rainy Day is based on rainy weather, as well as stormy or foggy weather. Its associated feelings are feeling calm or relaxed. This aesthetic often appeals to introverted people. It is also known as the ‘Pluviophile’ aesthetic, which means ‘someone who loves/takes comfort in the rain’. Rain is often used in media to convey an emotion. Most often used to create feelings of sadness, melancholy, tension, or drama, but can also be used in romantic scenes.


The visuals are usually photography based on rain, which could be pictures of raindrops on windows, streetlights reflecting of asphalt, Nimbus or nimbostratus clouds, fog, lightning, raindrops in puddles or other pools of water, etc. They can also be of books and hot drinks, similar to comfy and autumnal aesthetics, wherein someone is staying inside because of the weather. Alternatively, there are also people in the rain as part of the aesthetic, which would either be of someone decked out in waterproof gear, umbrellas, and boots, or it would be someone wearing as minimal clothing as possible, and feeling the rain, dancing or rain-bathing. Other things Rainy Day visuals can include are:

  • Frogs
  • Snails
  • Rain-soaked items such as flower petals
  • Streets that are slick with rain
  • Rain-soaked people
  • Rain of course!
  • Etc.


Fashion may include warm, soft clothing such as sweaters and beanies. It also may include raincoats, rainboots, and umbrellas. On some occasions, enthusiasts may wear intricate dresses and apparel made of thin materials, as these things create a unique appearance when rain-soaked. Rainy day clothing can also include:

  • Waterproof coats, especially yellow raincoats
  • Umbrellas
  • Wellies
  • Boots
  • Jeans
  • T-shirt and shorts outfit
  • Bucket Hats
  • Big cozy sweaters


  • Jumping in puddles
  • Listen to Lo-Fi music
  • Crying in the rain
  • Singing in the rain
  • Searching for frogs and snails
  • Going on walks, hikes, or runs in the rain
  • Taking early-morning walks in the mist
  • Looking up and letting the rain hit your face
  • Forgoing use of coats or umbrellas (make sure you have a way to get dry later)
  • Watching a storm through a window while drinking something warm
  • Huddling under warm blankets
  • Reading, baking, playing videogames or studying while listening to the rain
  • Sitting on porch, deck, or shelter while it rains
  • Making art depicting rain
  • Taking cold showers when it's not raining
  • listening to rain ambient noises or music with rain sounds in