Fashion is all about adding style to a purpose. For women it is the ultimate statement. It turns heads at parties and makes guys drop their cup at the water cooler in the office. It can range from high-street glamour to those that love luxury for less.
Leather gloves are no longer just for work. Fashion has taken hold of them and transformed them into elegant, refined and luxurious items. Women have made them look stunning, and have brought them to life, on their hands! They are highly acclaimed and have made it to the top of the fashion world.
Very early, women’s leather garments were often doused with perfumes. Stylish from the beginning of time. Women make leather gloves look good, and feel good-like the luxurious item that it is. A glove will stretch and mold itself over a hand. It will not tear. It will retain its shape. That’s because leather is a natural material. It creates its own beauty on the hand of a woman. Yet, they offer a comfortable fit, and are highly suitable for driving, shopping or just walking around keeping your hands warm. And the unique thing is:- they have the ability to hold and grip items efficiently.
Women’s leather gloves became an integral part of women’s fashion during the Victorian age in England. The “new look” designs of modern times have had leather gloves feature in haute couture collections. Movie stars have worn them. Marilyn Monroe wore pink leather gloves when she sang “Diamonds are a Girl’s Best Friend” in the movie “Gentlemen Prefer Blondes”. From the 50’s to the present day, celebrity-glove-wearing-starlets proved that leather gloves were fast becoming recognized amongst the fashion-smart, chic women all over the world. Celebrities play a huge part in advertising because there is nothing better than being seen at weddings, parties, anything, wearing a cool pair of ladies leather gloves.
Women world wide want to make a fashion statement and be assured that all eyes are on them.
Fashion occupies centre stage in our modern culture and is more visual now than ever before, thanks to the immense coverage from western media. “The fashion industry has long been one of the largest employers in the United States, and remains so in the 21st century”. Women realize that it is not simply a matter of social identity and being seen at the “right places”, wearing the “right garments”; but that it has become an art. When a woman said, “Oh it’s just something I threw together myself”, she may not have realized it, but she may have started a cultural revolution!