You bought a pair of leather gloves. Now what? Good high end leather gloves are expensive and long term investment, you want them to last you years and years. So, it is quite important to know how to take care of your leather gloves.
Here I gathered few useful tips and advices about how to take care of your leather gloves.
Having a wide selection of leather gloves colors nowadays one might wonder about how all these colors of leather achieved. Naturally leather obviously doesn’t have all those beautiful tan, beige, brown, red, etc. shades. All leathers before to become beautiful leather gloves or other leather accessory, have to go through special coloring process, which is very complex process. Here is a little information about how that “secret process “happening. Of course I wouldn’t recommend to try dyeing leather items at home, the result can be unexpected and your item can be spoiled forever. That process is to be performed at professional factory’s facilities. Here is how!
My customers frequently ask me how to style the gloves. They are buying them for different occasions and thus have lots of questions about how is better to wear them, with what, what are some ways and advices. That’s why I decided to create this blog post about that...
Pastel colors: blush, powder, pale pink or lavender. This palette is very quickly and surely getting into fashion world. Numerous runway shows already presented their collections that include those color shades. You can see that in clothes, light outerwear and of course accessories, like statement gloves, bags or scarves pieces. Here is the list of most popular shades that you can choose to add in your wardrobe:
*Powdery Ballet Pink * Pressed Rose * Sweet Lilac *Light Lavender *Living Coral* Fiesta *Jester Red *Turmeric *Egg-Yolk Pastel Yellow *Lemon Verbena * Aspen Gold *Mango Mojito *Pepper Stem *Clearwater Blue *Princess Blue *Silver *Toffee *Eclipse *Creamy Tan * Soybean
What happened with fashion during the last few decades? More and more nowadays you see, men and women are dress alike, seems like trying to avoid any sexual identification. Everything becomes so casual that even dressing up at the Friday or Saturday night for the restaurant or some event become not popular and even not required anymore.
There are of course still restaurants or clubs that have a dress code. But it happens less and less. Much more often you can see people will put on maximum jeans and some top. I say maximum because even more usual to see people everyday in sport clothes, seems like everybody just got in or out of the gym: yoga pants, long over sized or I would say non-sized t shirts, “hair don’t care”, etc…