Above: An image of Queen Elizabeth II created with buttons adorns this tote from the British-based company  Sugarush, $9 at Etsy.com/shop/
sugarushuk.

Left: Why opt for a plain black or green wellie when you could be wearing these Hunter rubber boots? They feature a distressed Union Jack pattern, $220 at Net-a-porter.com
Above: An image of Queen Elizabeth II created with buttons adorns this tote from the British-based company Sugarush, $9 at Etsy.com/shop/ sugarushuk. Left: Why opt for a plain black or green wellie when you could be wearing these Hunter rubber boots? They feature a distressed Union Jack pattern, $220 at Net-a-porter.com
Above: An image of Queen Elizabeth II created with buttons adorns this tote from the British-based company Sugarush, $9 at Etsy.com/shop/ sugarushuk. Left: Why opt for a plain black or green wellie when you could be wearing these Hunter rubber boots? They feature a distressed Union Jack pattern, $220 at Net-a-porter.com

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