Sunday, March 21, 2021

Spice Up Your Spring Look with Leather Gloves


Gloves are one of the most underrated accessories, usually associated with the fall/winter season and used mostly for keeping our hands warm. But I'm here to remind you that wearing gloves is just as much if not more fun in the spring as in the colder months. 

Of course, you need have the right gloves. I'm not talking about bulky woolen ones that make your fingers look like sausages... unless you live somewhere really cold. If you are looking to make a style statement, you'll need a pair of sleek leather gloves, preferably fingerless, in a beautiful color to match (or contrast) your outfit.

Lamia's Handmade Gloves by Lamia Akar is a fantastic online store for lovers of all things gloves. Lamia makes all of her designs rigorously by hand, a meticulous process that results in gloves that fit like a second skin. 


If you have never tried wearing gloves in the spring, here are a few ideas that you will love:

1. Driving

Seriously, have you ever tried driving with a pair of leather gloves? They greatly improve your grip on the steering wheel and turn driving into a much more pleasurable experience. not to mention that it will make you feel like a '50s movie star. 


2. Parties

Once we are allowed to socially gather again, remember to spice up your party looks with a pair of colorful leather gloves for an instant touch of charm and personality.

3. Photo shoots

You can create so many different looks with gloves - vintage inspired, edgy, sexy, glamorous, you name it - that for me they are one of the best accessories one can bring to a photo shoot. 


4. Spicing up a dull outfit

When you feel like your outfit is missing something, try adding a pair of leather gloves. 9 times out of 10 the experiment will turn into a fierce style statement.

Visit Lamia's Handmade Gloves to see their collection of long, short and mini gloves in a variety of styles and colors. You'll love them!

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