Gloves should be worn on the streets of cities and large town, when going to church, to a luncheon, dinner or reception; a dance, a wedding or an official function. They are also worn to a restaurant and in the theater. Smart women usually wear gloves while travelling on a train or plane … or in any public conveyance. On formal occasions, gloves are worn by the guests and by the hostess, while she is receiving.
Vintage glamour! Growing up in the 50's every little girl had short, white gloves in her dresser, while Mom wore these during Summer months. I still have several pair like these that once belonged to my Grandmother! ***** Fair Lady Gloves | AllFreeCrochet.com
Elbow-Length Gloves, Jay's Limited of London, France: 1930-1939, suede leather. "The bold zigzag design on these gloves of applied white leather (it forms a diamond pattern when both gloves are put together) owes much to contemporary art movements, and particularly Art Deco...the movement owes its name to the major international exhibition of decorative arts held in Paris in 1925. This exhibition was called Exposition Internationale des Arts Décoratifs et Industriels Modernes."