16 gorgeous gloves to warm up your winter. By CB & PG
From left: Yarnz Fingerless Cashmere Gloves, $52, available at Oak; 3.1 Phillip Lim Jeweled Driving Gloves, $195, available at Barneys New York.
It wasn't so long ago that a toasty pair of knit gloves satisfied just one purpose—they kept your fingers from freezing off. But lately, we're loving how this old-meets-new-world accessory is having a bit of a glamour renaissance (on the heels of decadent hats and elaborate costume jewels, we knew they weren't far behind).
Naturally, the gloves we love best go well beyond warmth. Wrapped up in the coziest alpaca (thanks Rachel Comey), accented with glossy patent quilting and cashmere ribbing (Yarnz), or just stretching all the way up to the elbow (Rag & Bone and Acne, to name a few), our top styles prove function can always be fashionable, too. Read on for more easy ways to change up your winter look—with so many gorgeous options, one is definitely not enough.
From left: Missoni Striped Knit Gloves, $145, available at Net-A-Porter; Acne Dallas Gloves Leather and Wool, $99, available at Gargyle.
From left: Echo Metallic Pipe Gloves, $58, available at Bird; Marc by Marc Jacobs Two-Tone Gloves, $88, available at Barneys New York.
From left: Lauren Urstadt Quilted Fingerless Gloves, $115, available at Oak; Rachel Comey Baby ALpaca Long Mittens, $220, available at Bird.
From left: Rag & Bone Extra Long Cashmere Gloves, $185, available at La Garçonne; Steven Alan Cashmere and Leather Fingerless Gloves, $85, available at Steven Alan.
From left: Filippa K Leather Wrap Gloves, $125,Â available at Revolve Clothing; Antipast Long Patterned Gloves, $155, available at Bird.
From left: Club Monaco Abigail Cashmere Gloves, $79, available at Club Monaco; French Connection Long Leather Button Gloves, $68, available at French Connection.
Free People Campfire Mittens, $33.60, available at Shop Bop; Banana Republic Contrast-Cuff Leather Gloves, $130, available at Banana Republic.
16 gorgeous gloves to warm up your winter.