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Friday, June 7, 2019

(Literary Book Gifts) Writing Gloves Review

After a stressful couple of weeks, I'm happy to report that semester one of 2019 is officially done and dusted. I'm excited to get back into the blogging swing of things and start creating content on here once again. 

In today's post, I'm going to be talking about a pair of writing gloves I received from the online store Literary Book Gifts. As an enthusiastic writer and avid reader, the web store name itself hooked me in right away. I was so excited to receive these gloves and am so thankful to Melissa, the founder, for sending them out to me. They couldn't of come in the mail at a better time. The weather where I live has been horrific recently, so I've been trying to stock up on all the winter clothing I can find. 

The first thing that really pleased me was the colour. On the website, you have the option to choose from 13 different colours. I went for Light Heather Grey. It's quite a safe colour which means if I wanted to wear these gloves with an already completed outfit, they're less likely to clash with the overall look. 

I love that these gloves are fingerless. I definitely prefer fingerless over normal whole hand gloves. In fact, all the gloves I own at the moment are cut off at the fingers. It's a million times easier to write with a pen when your fingers have a better grip. These gloves definitely take this into consideration. I was also super stoked with the fit. They're tight and snug which means they trap heat in and prevent cold air from getting through. I was quite surprised by how long the bottom of the gloves were. I didn't expect them to cover so much wrist but I actually really like that they do. 

The material is very pliable and lightweight so perfect for throwing in your pocket when you don't need them. If you prefer gloves that are somewhat firmer, these gloves may not be a right fit for you. They're made of 35% cashmere wool which I thought was pretty good. I'm always interested in what percentage of certain materials are used. Overall, I really like the way these gloves feel and look. They'll definitely be keeping my hands toasty and warm these next couple of months!

Q. Do you prefer fingerless or whole hand gloves?
Thank you again to Melissa! Definitely check out Literary Book Gifts if you have the chance!

* I received this item in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are 100% my own. *


  1. I never knew I needed something like this before but from reading this post I really want to check them out. I think this products would be perfect to use them it gets colder and for writing blog posts! Love this x

  2. I never have seen these before! I love the idea, and I have a friend this would be a perfect gift for:) I hate when my hands get cold but I am also not a fan of gloves so these seem like the perfect solution. Thank you for sharing and so glad you are done with your semester:)

  3. They look so warm and cosy! Perfect for winter especially. They're such a lovely colour too! I like fingerless gloves for writing/ typing but full hand gloves for going outdoors x


  4. These look so cute and comfy! Sometimes I wear fingerless gloves in the winter when I'm at the computer and these look perfect! I love the colour too and that you can wear them with any outfit. They look so warm and snug, I'll have to check these out when it gets cold again. Thanks for sharing Annie, great post! <3 xx

    Bexa |

  5. I feel like I need these in my life! Despite living in South Georgia where it's hot as heck most of the year my fingers always get cold while typing or gaming!

  6. I would love a pair or gloves like these! It's June in NYC and as I type this I have 1 shirt and 2 sweaters on! So yes gloves would be a good idea too! I like how they give enough room to use not only for writing but for typing too, which I spend most of my day doing. Great idea and thanks for posting!

    Trace x |


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