From Beyoncé To Dua Lipa: Everyone Rocking the Opera Gloves Trend

Opera Gloves Trend

Are you in for some serious old-world charm in your fashion this season? Yes, you guessed it right, and I am talking about the opera gloves. A signature of the elite women in the 15th century, opera gloves came into mainstream fashion with Marilyn Monroe and Audrey Hepburn. Marilyn Monroe wore opera gloves for Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, and Audrey Hepburn sported the style in Breakfast at Tiffany’s. 

Opera gloves are elbow-length, and women of elite families usually wear them for evening parties. Queen Elizabeth was said to be a patron of this style. Later, these gloves became a status symbol. 

Many A-listers today flaunt this style, and you will be thrilled to know the names to embrace this style. Earlier this year, Beyoncé was seen wearing royal blue opera gloves matching her outfit for the Grammy Awards. She bagged six Grammy Awards this year and spread a matchless vintage charm.

Other celebs to join this fashion bandwagon are Dua Lipa, Kate Middleton, Gigi Hadid, and Victoria Beckham. 

Gigi Hadid appeared on Good Morning America in an all-grey ensemble, and her opera gloves surely stood out. Dua Lipa stunned everyone by teaming opera gloves with her outfit for her Future Nostalgia tour. 

On the other hand, Kate Middleton made an unforgettable appearance at the “2023 BAFTAS red carpet” in her Alexandar McQueen outfit teamed with velvety black opera gloves. 

Opera gloves have been very much a part of the “screen fashion” this season. How can you forget the “Bridgerton” series? Every woman is seen wearing opera gloves, and definitely this series has a part to play in the comeback of opera gloves.

This season, the runways also showcased different styles and patterns of opera gloves. Decoding the Victoria Beckham collection, you will find opera gloves made of draped chiffon and latex. Similarly, Dolce & Gabbana stole the Spring/Summer 2023 show with its exquisite collection of lace opera gloves. 

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