Post # 1
- Wedding: February 2009 - Small church ceremony with mountain-view log cabin reception
I’m trying to gather items for my Christmas list and on my drive to work today I realized that I need a pair of gloves that doesnt catch on my rings or leave fuzzies on them..
Does anyone have any suggestions? I think I’m looking for something non-leather and non-knit. Is that even possible?
Post # 3
how about fleece? not the most stylish, but they don’t catch.
Post # 4
- Wedding: October 2010 - Ladder 15 Restaurant
I just picked out a pair of gloves for christmas and had SUCH a hard time finding a pair that worked for me too! I ended up buying a half size bigger than I have in the past because my ring would spin around and get caught inside.
I ended up with a pair of leather gloves from Lord and Taylor, which so far have been fine. I know isotoner gloves have a sort of nylon material that stretches, but I haven’t tried them to know how warm they are/what they feel like with my ring on. Good luck finding something!
Post # 5
I wear the isotoner gloves….i wear a cocktail ring on my right hand and i’ve never gotten it snagged or pulled at all. I got them at Kohl’s for like, $20 maybe?
They’re wonderful. Warm and not slippery when I’m driving. I have these in black: http://www.totes-isotoner.com/product/isotoner/women/gloves/isotoner+spandex+gloves+-+unlined.do?sortby=ourPicks and they aren’t bulky at all.