A Handy Fashion

Have you ever noticed, when it’s cold out, that one of the first things that start to freeze is your hands? It’s true—your extremities are prone to suffer when the temperature drops. And, if you leave your hands bare too long, you’ll actually find that they hurt. Nobody likes frostbite. So, when the temperature dips below freezing, it’s a pretty good idea to get gloves or mittens. Interestingly enough, I’ve heard that mittens are best at keeping your hands toasty, as your fingers together can keep each other warm. Either way, if you’re looking for a pair of gloves or mittens, try searching for some more fashion-forward styles. It can be easy to simply rely on dull but cheap and versatile designs; however, wearing a bold style will distinguish you from every other glove-wearer and will confirm you to be the fashionista that you truly are.

Etsy bow glove knit mitten

These mittens are versatile without being bland; the bows add a cute touch to an otherwise plain design.

Etsy knit mouse mitten

Mouse mittens may seem a little immature, but sometimes it’s nice to go back to your childhood. And they’re way too cute to pass up!

Etsy suede flower diamond gloveIf you aren’t into the knit look, you can still find some trendy gloves, like this suede style. The flower and jeweled embellishments are subtle but nonetheless chic.

 

 

Note: I found these fashions on Etsy, a site where you can find an endless supply of fashionable items. Check it out!

-Gina

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