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Touch screen friendly AND stylish gloves?!

(13 Posts)
happygirl87 Tue 03-Feb-15 17:32:21

After much complaining about my cold hands DH has promised to buy me touch screen gloves if I choose them smile However I usually buy suede gloves in dark red or purple or similar from shops like Accessorise (and then don't wear them as am using my phone!) but am struggling to find anything similar which is touch screen friendly! I wear a suit to work and a smart coat, so would like a pair as elegant as possible, but ideally not black. Budget about £50, could go up to £75 or so (my last pair of gloves are 7 years old so I see it as an investment!) Any ideas? Thanks!

LondonRocks Tue 03-Feb-15 17:33:32

Ted Baker have some. The lovely camel ones are left - £43 now but were £85.

LondonRocks Tue 03-Feb-15 17:34:29

They're called Poney and are touch screen friendly. Beautiful.

LondonRocks Tue 03-Feb-15 17:36:09

(Ps they don't say they're touch screen friendly but I have the black and they are labelled as such).

happygirl87 Tue 03-Feb-15 18:19:32

Ooh thanks London! Just looked online- love the Zina leopard print ones, but how do I know if they're touch screen friendly?!

LondonRocks Tue 03-Feb-15 18:23:42

I saw them in the shop - they are beautiful and I'm pretty sure they're screen friendly. Order them - I think it's free postage at the moment smile

Monocerus Tue 03-Feb-15 19:47:17

I was coming on to say Ted Baker too. I just got some black leather ones that are touch friendly. They are lovely.

MilkThistle187 Tue 03-Feb-15 19:50:32

Gap had pony skin touch screen gloves before Christmas, you might find some in the sales

DandyHighwayman Tue 03-Feb-15 19:52:09

I think Southcombe had some touchscreen gloves

DandyHighwayman Tue 03-Feb-15 19:54:24


Chapuys Tue 03-Feb-15 20:06:09

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

happygirl87 Tue 03-Feb-15 23:06:00

Thanks everyone!

SoMuchForSubtlety Tue 03-Feb-15 23:07:18

You can buy normal gloves and sew some metallic thread into the tip of the index fingers, it will work the same.

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