Wednesday, August 19, 2009

Glovin' It


Image from Free People
Leather gloves have always been a fall and winter staple, but with the resurgence of rock and roll fashion trends, I have a feeling this year they will be even more popular than usual. They've been popping up everywhere lately with fun details like bows, chains, studs, and cut-outs. A while ago I mentioned the amazing 5 finger half gloves by Pat Field (which still may just be my favorite pair), but since then I've spotted some great alternatives. I don't know who would pay over $100 for a pair of gloves (let alone over $300), but they're nice to look at, no? And if you live in NYC, head on over to St. Marks and grab a pair for $15.

10 comments:

  1. Number 10 plz. I need some for when I go riding anyway...

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  2. I sorta love all of them. Looks like I may need to bust out some of the fingerless gloves I've made. You know, once it stops being 90 degrees out. :)

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  3. It's so funny, just yesterday I was thinking about how badly I want leather gloves and a cute girly dress to wear to the septemeber Yeah Yeah Yeahs concert.

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  4. What an awesome roundup of gloves. I'm especially fond of numbers 4 and 5! Just the sort of stylish yet practical pieces to help keep the chilly Canadian winter at bay! :)


    Wishing you a gorgeous Thursday,
    ♥ Jessica

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  5. i'm craving those hot pink fingerless gloves by free people! i just checked them out, and they come in orange and navy too. i want them all!

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  6. Hi, my name is Ana Paula and i´m from Brazil. I like your site and you follow. I´m too plus size and sometimes feel bad, but your site help. Sorry my english.
    Kisses kisses and bye bye!!!

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  7. Hi! Im Portuguese and i saw your blog for accident! I have to say to you that i LOVe your blog, your so beautiful, funny and sexy. Im a curvy girl too and i love it. Keep going girl!

    Kiss from Portugal!

    Tita

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  8. Where on St. Marks would you be able to get a pair of gloves for $10?
    TIA

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