I like gloves. A lot. Really. Seriously. A LOT. Ok ,you get it 🙂
They are such a needed accessory that works at any time of year, and they come in lightweight to heavy form. There are even BREAD GLOVES!OK, I do not know if these are legit or not, but let’s be real; if they are I’d totally eat them. I mean, wear them.I mean eat them.
It is fall; time for sweaters, hot cocoa, and the continued “Pumpkin Spice” obsession, and time for gloves! Now, I, personally love fingerless gloves. This allows our hands and arms to stay warm but to still perform functional tasks like: texting, typing, grocery shopping, or operating the TV remote!
*Find these gorgeous, up-cycled cashmere sweater gloves @ http://www.dramatiquedesigns.com
Gloves date back to ancient societies,dating as far back as the 10th century.Gloves were made of fine silks sewn by hand with ornate beading and pearls. These breathtaking gloves were worn by royalty, bishops, and high ranking women and men.Gloves have always had the appearance of just an accessory, but actually have a long history of being associated with fascinating practices, rituals and customs. This is only a small peek into the history of gloves!
*English Man’s Gauntlett – England, c. 1625-1650. 16th century embroidered mittens*
Glove have come a long way, and the styles have certainly changed over the years; but the styles are timeless, and there is NO wrong glove to wear!
*Gorgeous made to order wool gloves can be found @http://www.lovefuzz.etsy.com*
Regardless of your style, there are a plethora of glove styles to choose from ;fingerless, mittens,full finger, recycled, upcycled, long , short,knitted, crocheted, and more!As always , I am a huge advocate of supporting handmade. A lot of love, care, detail, and effort goes into handmade. Not only are you helping to contribute to establishing a new economic model, but If you are a person who values the quality of an item more than the price then you already know that handmade items are far superior to mass produced items. When thinking quality; go handmade.
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