Dressing more modestly and covering up as a style statement has been a big style trend for several seasons, though the look has come into even sharper focus with the arrival of coronavirus. One could say the viruses arrival was foreshadowed in recent collections filled with face masks and hazmat suits, which have been pulled from runways to return to their functional roots.
Based in Kiev, Ukraine, Tender and Dangerous speaks to the covered-up look with embroidered knit gloves available in either elbow or wrist-length. Offered in either black or beige, the gloves will do nothing to stop the coronavirus and yet, someone they make sense for the moment. Perhaps if anything they’ll have the effect of making the wearer more conscious of where she’s placing her hands.
Each design is embroidered with stars, flowers and other popular tattoo designs. One full-length pair pays homage to Mexican painter Frieda Kahlo with black, red and green motifs associated with the iconic creative.
Priced from $155-$200, the gloves are now available on browns.com.