TZR Editors Swear By These Cozy & Chic Gloves To See Them Through Winter

Get your hands on — and in — them.

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With subzero weather looming, now’s the time to start shopping for the best winter gloves of 2023. Ahead, peruse the perfect pairs TZR editors are stocking up on now.Edward Berthelot/Getty Images Entertainment
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“As a former accessories editor, my go-to for gloves has always been Carolina Amato — my favorite being the fingerless and mitten hybrid design. I love that I don’t have to take them off for all the emails and texts I'm sending during my commute.” — Kathy Lee, editor-in-chief, TZR
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"I own so many pairs of knitted gloves, but don't have any elevated leather styles. Since this is on my wishlist every season, perhaps I'll finally take the plunge this winter and invest in a luxe cashmere-lined pair from Gucci." — Marina Liao, senior fashion news editor
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Stella McCartney
Touchscreen Training Gloves
“I’m prepping for a winter-long run season with non-bulky pieces that still keep me warm (but, you know, not too warm!) while I’m racking up miles. These sleek, stretchy gloves fit the bill and have heat-reactive yarn for accessing your phone on the move.” — Alison Syrett, deputy fashion editor, TZR
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“Gloves aren't really a thing in sunny L.A., so I'm making them a statement piece in my wardrobe, opting for a long knit pair with beautiful embellishments. I love the idea of wearing these with a crisp white or black T-shirt, tailored denim, and kitten heels. And they look great with an LBD!” — Angela Melero, executive editor, TZR
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“Mittens are underrated: They keep you warmer than gloves since your fingers are all cozy up against each other. This soft, fuzzy, and affordable option will keep your extremities looking chic and warm on freezing winter days — and they come with have the option to pin the tops back when you need your fingers!” — Ariel Bielsky, fashion bookings & production manager, BDG
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Raf Simons
Long Knit Gloves
“My hands and arms get cold fast — so long gloves are a permanent fixture in my winter wardrobe. Recently, I’ve been eyeing this vibrant pair from Raf Simons, which combines the elegance of traditional opera gloves with a streetwear edge.” — Valerie Stepanova, fashion writer, TZR
“You can’t go wrong with a pair of classic black leather gloves during the winter time. These from Anine Bing are lined with cashmere for extra warmth, and I love the added flair of the delicate gold link details.” — Faith Xue, executive beauty director, lifestyle, BDG
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“There's nothing cooler than buttery leather driving gloves, and this pair by Agnelle is the most beautiful blend of black and saddle brown. The bold white stitching is both a bit cartoonish (in the best way) and elevates the stye overall — and the price is right, too.” — Amanda Ross, beauty editor, TZR
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“Without fail, I lose gloves every winter — so I stock up on a few pairs of this Uniqlo's Heattech style in black. Aside from keeping my hands warm, they allow me to text and grab my credit card out of my wallet with ease.” — Erin Lukas, deputy fashion editor, TZR
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