Men of the Victorian and Edwardian Era never left home without one or more pairs of gloves. Glove etiquette was followed closely by those of the Upper Class, but all gentlemen wore gloves when outside of the home. Rules dictated what type of glove a man should wear and when he should take them off, either both or just one hand. When the roaring twenties rolled around, etiquette relaxed and men only wore gloves with formal or evening attire.
We are delighted to offer you this wide selection of gloves, perfect for any situation in which a man might find himself: formal dress gloves, gauntlets, and the working man’s knit gloves. We invite you to visit our outfits page to see them in complete ensembles.