on Jan 11, 2010 @ 02:57 pm|
This question sounds silly, but i've been searching for a pair of really warm gloves. I've tried regular knitted gloves, suede gloves and now i have a pair of leather gloves with furry lining. They all keep my hands warmer than it is when it is bare, but my hands are still freezing. It seems that if my hand are cold when i put on my glove, it doesn't warm up. So ladies, where do you find gloves that makes your hands nice and warm?
|The Bay on Jan 12, 2010 @ 03:14 pm|
I spent several hours searching for this exact thing at the mall this weekend! Many stores are sold out at this point in the season, but I found a great selection at the Bay. I wish I had known to go there first, it would have saved me a lot of time! They have some great sales too!
The gloves I got are unfortunately too big, so make sure they fit correctly before buying them. The ones I bought are knit, and I'm finding them warm enough.
|Aritzia on Jan 29, 2010 @ 02:47 pm|
TNA has nice and warm gloves =)
|mittens on Feb 02, 2010 @ 08:54 am|
I really prefer mittens to gloves when it comes to warmth. Sure, it takes some getting used to b/c you will lose some dexterity. But you'd be amazed at how easily you adapt.
If you're not too bent on fashion, fleece gloves/mittens work well, especially if they have "windstopper" technology -- a breathable frabric that stops the wind. Stores like LL Bean or REI will have gloves/mittens like this.
|Gloves on Feb 10, 2010 @ 09:04 am|
I would try Marks Work Wearhouse. They for sure would have nice warm gloves. Nice styles too.