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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?

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Long black gloves used to epitomize past glamour.

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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.

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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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Click here for more information.

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Heidi Kelly and Adeline Olmer admiring the gloves.

What do you think?
We’d love to know.
Do you have questions?
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