The famous Goodwood Revival will be taking place over the course of the weekend. It’s a highly anticipated event in the British social calendar and a mass celebration of the vintage motor car.

To truly get in the spirit of the event, attendees embrace a quintessentially British, 1940s/ 50s or 60s look. Only recently, we have been digging into the Dents archive to uncover some of our best known driving glove styles from similar decades. We take a look at how these continue to inspire our current collection and hope they offer some styling tips for this weekend's motor event.

Men's Driving Gloves

Our Donnington, Lancaster and Costwold driving gloves take us back to the 1950s motor circuit, at a time when the likes of Sterling Moss were on the track.

Pictured below you can see the racing legend sporting a pair of our very own driving gloves. Our gloves featured alongside the image, offer a modern twist on this popular ‘English Dandy’ style.

Men's Driving Gloves

Women's Driving Gloves

The Thruxton leather driving glove takes us back to the swinging sixties. Pop on the Thruxton glove in Berry and of course, some red lipstick, to achieve that ultimate vintage look!

Women's Driving Gloves

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