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These are the best winter gloves for women that are warm and stylish

These are the best winter gloves for women that are warm and stylish


As we dive into the colder months, we’re looking to up the ante on our winter accessories. Now is the time to invest in the best winter gloves for women. Be gone threadbare thumbs, we’re upgrading to cashmere, merino wool and luxe leather gloves (to go with our extensive collection of turtlenecks, winter boots and camel coats.)

It doesn’t take much to convince us that it’s time to level-up our winter garms, but this year we’re making more informed choices and investing our money in sensible areas. Functional fashion (i.e. items that will serve us for longer than a year and that are practical choices as well as stylish ones) is what we mean. A pair of winter gloves is the perfect example.

There’s little better than a trend that’s pragmatic: a piece that makes you feel at the top of your fashion A-game but which also keeps you warm and comfortable. And as seen on the runways of Alexander McQueen, who showed chic long black leather gloves; Chanel (we fell for their sweet lace gloves) and on the Princess of Wales, who used them to add edge to a red carpet gown, the winter glove is a prime example.

Luckily, there are some gorgeous winter gloves for women on the market right now, each with the ability to elevate your outfit. The only decision that remains is which style of winter gloves to go for and that depends on where you’re wearing them. What you’ll wear for a walk in the park is very different to the gloves you’ll need for skiing.

What are the best warmest gloves for women?

If it’s a pair of leather gloves that’ll last for years that you’re after, make a beeline for Dents. The brand has been crafting top-quality leather gloves since 1777, so they know exactly what they’re doing. Their cold-weather style gloves retail between £11 and £479 and are adored by royals plus tons of celebrities who appreciate their meticulous craftsmanship. These suede and sheepskin gloves are stitched by hand.

For the best cashmere gloves, consider Khaite (the brand renowned for its effortless knitwear.) We’ve added a pair of their Fair Isle cashmere gloves to our virtual basket. If you love the feel of cashmere but don’t necessarily want the real thing (or the price tag) look to these merino wool liner gloves which come in at just over £30.

Elsewhere on the high street, you’ll find some exceptional pairs of warm gloves at ASOS (no surprises) including statement red leather gloves from Topshop and glam faux-fur trimmed leather gloves from Barbour. These fluffy UGG mitts from John Lewis are set to be highly coveted on Instagram over the next few months, too. You heard it here first.

Want to make more sensible fashion purchases? We’ve got you. Shop the best walking boots and walking shoes with laces, here for the best hoodies and loungewear to keep warm, and over here for puffer jackets and gilets/vests. We’ve also sourced the best fleece lined leggings/legwear and T-shirts to build your capsule wardrobe around.

For more from GLAMOUR UK’s Commerce Writer Georgia Trodd, follow her on Instagram @georgiatrodd.

Shop GLAMOUR’s edit of the 21 best winter gloves for women this winter, from cashmere to leather and everything in between.


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