A must have accessory for this year: Opera Gloves! 

Classy, elegant and timeless. They can easily elevate your look to another level. These gloves have been around for decades, and yet, they're still just as fashionable as ever. You may have noticed an influx of evening gloves across award ceremonies, magazine covers and even everyday wear. Our long leather opera gloves are the one thing you don’t want to miss out on. 

Red Carpet:

In recent years, opera gloves have resurged as a popular red carpet accessory. Radio presenter and member of The Pussycat Dolls, Ashley Roberts, strutted across the Brits red carpet wearing our Polly gloves with a MÔNOT dress. We have also seen Rochelle Humes, presenter and former The Saturday’s member shine at the British Fashion Awards in November 2021.


When you think of opera gloves, you think of grand occasions. But they are also a great way to turn any casual outfit into an edgy look. Our Polly gloves are perfect for dinner dates, shopping trips or exploring new cities. Maya Jama has styled Polly gloves with an oversized T-shirt, leather trousers and zebra print over-the-knee boots. Or go for something more extravagant and style gloves with your favourite bikini like Adela Knox. 

Magazine Covers and Video Shoots:

From photoshoots to music videos, evening gloves once are the it-accessory to lifting any outfit. A perfect statement accessory is our long leather opera gloves, Polly. Just look at Jade from Little Mix in the Euphoria Magazine rocking a very simple but classy outfit. Our long opera gloves really finish off the look! What about a double leather look? Long leather opera gloves and over the knee leather boots go hand in hand, take inspiration from singer, Mabel.

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If black long leather opera gloves aren't your thing or you're looking for something with a bit more colour then take a look at our new colour range in Mia gloves:

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