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The only gloves you’ll need this winter

The only gloves you’ll need this winter

We’re almost at that point in the season where bundling up before heading outside is no longer optional. Garmany has an extensive collection of women’s gloves to keep you warm and stylish this holiday season. May we suggest a few of our favorite styles and textures?

Styles

Fingerless:
Fingerless gloves may not seem practical for outdoor use when it’s frigid outside, but the key is finding a pair that keeps your hands so warm that it doesn’t matter if your fingers are exposed. Bonus? These come in tons of different materials, from knits to leather—andmake it easy for iPhone swiping. Try a fingerless pair from Rag & Bone or Moncler.

Mitts:
Mittens, which keep all four fingers separate from the thumb, aren’t just for kids anymore. Canada Goose has gorgeous mittens in leather or down, which come with grips for dexterity.

Cuffs:
The benefit of cuffs is that they let your fingers run free, but they keep you warm from lower arm to wrist to knuckle. We love Veronica Beard’s knit models, which come with a matching dickey insert.

Fabrics

Leather:
Always a classic, every gal needs a good pair of leather gloves in her winter wardrobe. Hestra has tons of designs, styles and colors to choose from, plus a whole collection of insulated ski gloves and mittens for when you’re hitting the slopes.

Cashmere:
Cashmere gloves may not be the best in a winter storm, but these are as warm and as soft as gloves get. Opt for a short or elbow-length set from Autumn Cashmere that you’ll never want to take off.

Shearling:
Okay, shearling and Sherpa-lined gloves may compete with cashmere in the softness department. The shearling trend, which has been spotted on jackets and vests this season, is popping up on handwarmers too. Mackage and Linda Richards both have great selections of fur-lined gloves and mitts.

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