April 25, 2017

Just in time for spring, we begin to see the newest trends trickling down the fashion pipeline. First to hit the runways is the ladylike glove, Paris' excuse to wearing long leather gloves all season long!

While fashion photographers were in Paris preparing for Paris Fashion Week this past January 2017, one lucky, chic Parisian woman was spotted wearing a pair of elegant long leather gloves, mere days before designers such as Lanvin and Nina Ricci sent beautiful leather gloves down the runway. Proof enough that leather gloves are once again trending for this season (as if we ever had a doubt!).


Now, for the fashion question of the day... do street fashions set trends for the runways or is it the other way around? What do you think???

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Gloves Sizing Chart

Find out your leather glove size
Measure around your hand with a tape just below your knuckles indicated on the diagram below.
You should use your dominant hand, the right if you are right-handed, and the left if you are left-handed.
If you have a size in between, choose the smaller size if you like tight gloves.
Unlined gloves have the ability to adjust to the shape of your own hand and arm.
For lined gloves round up to the nearest size.
NOTE: if you are unsure about the size please contact ines@inesgloves.com
How to measure your gloves size

Sizing Chart Ines Leather Gloves

Measure the circumference of widest part of upper arm.
Take note that the first time you put them on, unlined leather will adjust to the shape of your arm and body temperature and will stretch a bit more.
Long Leather Gloves Sizing Guide by Ines

See the petite product pages 
Click here for the special Ines gloves bolero sizing chart

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