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Lovely Ladies Lace Gloves

Updated on September 22, 2009

Lace gloves, how pretty, how lovely, how feminine, how proper, how delightfully Victorian retro vintage.

Lace gloves are the perfect fashion accessory when one wants to say 'My, look at how quirky and fashionable I am,' without sacrificing manual dexterity in one's digits. Wearing lace gloves one is still quite able to partake of dances at a ball, or typing missives upon the keyboard of one's computational device.

Though I haven't seen her do so yet, to the best of my knowledge, it is only a matter of time before Lady Gaga dons lace gloves and the world wakes up to how super they are. Let us lead the fashion mob and fall upon the lace glove supplies of the world before hordes of unitard wearing hippies try to corner the supply.

I kid of course, lace gloves never really went out of style amongst the goth set, and they're been lurking around the fringes of mainstream fashion for decades.

Ruffle Lace Fingerless Gloves

I love these gloves! They are so pretty and light in their execution, with plenty of room to move they will not restrict the use of the wearer's hands at all, but are incredibly cute and lacy at the same time. These are an excellent 'entry glove' for those who want to dip their little fingers into the world of wearing lace gloves, but don't want to make too serious of a commitment just yet. Gloves from Free People.

Miss Daisy Glove

These gloves are a little more serious and dark in their execution. Again, they don't cover the fingers, in fact they barely cover the knuckles, so your digital dexterity will remain at its usual high levels. The scalloped edges on each side of the gloves and deep heavy lace make these a very dramatic pair of short lace gloves. These gloves are also available from Free People.

Charlotte Russe Long Lace Fingerless Gloves

If you have more of a flair for the dramatic, these long lace fingerless gloves may be just the ticket. Extending all the way to the elbow and some way beyond, the light lace mesh of these gloves with transform your forearms from being mere facilitators of your hands into objects of beauty in their own right.

Albert Zoll Lace Gloves

And finally, some gloves which don't feature a floral pattern and which cover the hands completely. The light mesh lace of these gloves is very pretty, and the full coverage creates a traditional look which just cannot be achieved with vulgarly exposed fingers waggling out the end of the glove.


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