Gloves are designed to protect hands from the cold but can also become a stylish accessory to complete the outfit.
Wool, leather, long or short, with studs and lace: gloves can become a way to complete the look with personality and refinement. Let’s discover all the models and how to match them in the right way, to protect your hands from the cold but without giving up a touch of style
The warmest glove models for winter
The first characteristic that must have a glove for winter is, needless to say, to keep your hands warm. For those who are particularly cold, therefore, it is advisable to choose gloves that have a layer of warm fleece inside them, like the models for skiing. These gloves are bulkier and make finger movements more complicated, but the heat output is definitely high. There are various types, more casual like those made of wool or thermal material and more elegant like those covered with leather. Those who, on the other hand, suffer from the cold but want to have freer hands, can opt for the classic models in wool, more tight-fitting and without internal coverings that offer a fair remedy for the cold and do not affect movements. On the market there are also many suitable for touch screens on smartphones.
Leather gloves and more glamorous models
Those who can’t give up a touch of glamour even when it comes to gloves can choose, at the expense of a much less intense heat output, leather models or those with lace and lace. These gloves are suitable for the most elegant and refined outfits and can be found in different lengths. There are in fact those that cover only the hands and those that go up to the elbow, definitely more refined and suitable, for example, for a particular evening. As far as decorations are concerned, among the most sought-after are lace or laces and models enriched with pearls and rhinestones. More rock and suitable for a definitely more casual look are the studded gloves, to match with jeans and amphibians.