Guide to choosing Ladies leather gloves for Winter. As we move from Summer to Autumn, we now can feel a chill in the air. The days are getting shorter with the temperatures starting to slightly drop.
It won’t be long before the really dark and cold morning kick in. Being the fashionista that you are, it’s important to prepare now.
You don’t want to your poor hands exposed to the cold and wet elements. It’s also vital that you get those great looking gloves too.
The leather glove has been an important part of fashion wear for centuries. Good leather gloves keep out the rain and snow and will keep your handies nice and warm.
There are a few important factors to consider when choosing the right leather gloves for you. Here are a few handy (excuse the pun) things to remember when buying your gloves this season.
If you live in a climate that is predominately damp and rainy you need a pair of leather cashmere gloves.
Compiled of smooth, buttery leather they usually lined with soft cashmere. These lined leather beauties are the perfect when paired with trench coat.
For those of you who live in a cold and snowy climate, consider deerskin leather gloves. These are great when going about your daily chores.
They normally have durable fingertips with reinforced stitching and stretchy leather around the wrists. They fit more snuggly.
Always consider faux leather style gloves where possible. There are lots of manufacturers today making equivalent gloves that perform near enough the same duties to real leather.
We all need gloves for different reasons. Their primary use though is to protect our hands from the elements. Whether they are used for driving or wearing outdoors, each are designed for different purposes.
From walking or riding a bike to work, they must also be flexible and allow for grip. Always search for the right gloves to suit your needs.
If style is an important part of your look, make sure your gloves are performers that offer protection as well! It’s no good looking all stylish if your hands are freezing. Choose careful.
If you have decided that the look of your gloves are important, make sure it matches with 80% of your wardrobe. Black, browns and navy are all safe colours that go with almost anything.
When trying on your gloves always make sure they land 2-3 inches above the wrist. Lined leather gloves with faux shearling or cashmere inside are beautiful and warm.
Always do the stretch test where you check for durability when on the hand. If you can move your fingers freely without them feeling tight, run with them.