Newest trends when it comes to tulle gloves, and much more! (also is latex back?)
I have been watching the big fashion houses lately and I am so happy to see that gloves are given the attention they truly need. They bring such a subtle hint of feminity and they make any outfit become statement.
These simple black tulle gloves let the skin show a little, but also cover it up - slightly, giving the lady that's wearing them an enigmatic, or emblematic look.
Maybe you fancy short gloves
Or maybe you feel that the long ones are uncomfortable, and I truly understand. The long ones are harder to take off, and you can hardly type on your smartphone, but now let's be honest - they do encourage us to socialise more at events, so you there you win - a lovely evening out with your smartphone put aside.
Sequins, latex or anything else (leather maybe)
If I can personally use my smarthphone with the tulle gloves, I wonder how is it for the ladies that choose to wear different types of gloves, as I've seen on catwalks lately (or on shopping apps/websites).
While the leather gloves are truly a fit for late autumn, winter or early spring, they do not pack well with the summer outfits - unless you are riding a motorcycle (I salute my moto girls out there).
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The same is to be said about latex gloves, but they do tend to bring a catwoman vibe to a all black outfit.
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Nevertheless, you can put toghether a really nice outfit and make it statement with a pair of sequin gloves.
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And let's not forget about Bridgerton style gloves, made of satin, that make your hands look soft as silk. I don't know if you remember, but Blake Lively wore two pairs for her recent Met Gala appearance.
I'm not saying that you should use them every time, but..
As we all have different accessories for going out - pearls, embellished earrings, statement brooches or bracelets, I'm just saying you should consider owning at least one pair of gloves. And you won't regret it! Especially if you may want to attract attention or why not, be the topic of the conversations after the event.
From the Victorian era to modern-day runways, tulle gloves have been a beloved accessory in the world of fashion. These delicate and elegant gloves add a touch of glamour to any outfit, and have been worn by countless style icons throughout history.
Originally made from silk, tulle gloves rose to popularity in the 19th century as a sign of wealth and sophistication. Women would wear them to formal events such as balls and opera performances, and they soon became a staple in high society fashion.
In the 20th century, tulle gloves became even more popular thanks to Hollywood icons like Audrey Hepburn and Grace Kelly, who famously wore them in their iconic films. Tulle gloves were also a favorite accessory among the mod and punk subcultures in the 1960s and 70s, adding a rebellious edge to their fashion-forward looks.
Today, tulle gloves continue to be a beloved accessory in the world of fashion. From classic white gloves to colorful fingerless designs, there's a tulle glove for every occasion and style.
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