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Long Fingerless Gloves are my new Passion!

February 09, 2014

Have you tried them yet?


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They are practical, warm, stylish, and a bit sexy! What more can you ask from a pair of gloves?


Long black gloves used to epitomize past glamour.


Audrey Hepburn in Breakfast at Tiffany's.

But wearing the version without fingers is more modern and far more suited to our lifestyle and constant use of our smart phones.


Personally, I love wearing them with all my silver bracelets piled together and visible on one arm!

Why not add a pair to spice up your look for a Valentines Day night out. Order them now, there is still time!


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Heidi Kelly and Adeline Olmer admiring the gloves.

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