Stylish Wonderland-Themed Gloves--for writers and the cold-handed alike!

Welcome to A Week of Wonderland in celebration of the maddest world of all...
not to mention the launch of Marissa Meyer's HEARTLESS!
Join our tea party daily, whether it's your birthday or your unbirthday!
Check out our daily schedule of events!
Stop back all week long for fun guest posts, exciting giveaways, reviews,
and more!
Twitter | Pinterest

I always see social media ads for Storiarts Gloves. As a writer--one who always has cold hands!--I really want a pair! I'm constantly torn between the Alice in Wonderland pair and the Peter Pan pair and just can't make up my mind!

As a writer, I have trouble writing when my hands get really cold. hands are ALWAYS cold. At work, people will be like, "Don't touch me!" because they know first-hand how cold my hands probably are. HOWEVER, knit fingerless gloves can be scratchy, and they usually don't have the thumb cut out.

What attracts me to the Storiarts Gloves is the way they're more cottonish and will feel like a regular article of clothing. PLUS the thumbs are cut out. AND they have bookish references! #winwin

Here's what the Alice in Wonderland pair looks like:




Need a better idea of what the gloves actually SAY?

 Isn't that cool? That's one thing I really like about this pair of gloves. It has cute designs at the front of the glove to look at, not JUST text. Plus, it's fun that they're white like the white rabbit! (Although the whiteness is also what makes me wonder if I should get the green Peter Pan gloves because I'm a very messy person!!!)

The gloves retail at $26, which is a little high, but sometimes they have a discount code that brings the price down! Plus, if it keeps my hands warm and keeps me writing, it's totally worth the price, right!?

Have you ever worn a pair of gloves or do you know anyone who has? I'd love to get some feedback from people who have first-hand experience with them when making my own decision! What other brands of "writing gloves" do you love??