Monday, April 9, 2012

+ loving: Cool iPhone Cases!

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Good morning dearest friends! Happy Easter Monday to you too - hope you're all enjoying a fabulous break and celebration!

I'm sure most of you will agree with me, that one of the best thing about owning an iPhone is picking out its covers! And the fact that phone covers are no longer just to protect your precious phone but is also a fashion statement/accessory just makes it double fun too!

I came across some creative, inspiring and fun phone covers lately, and thought I'd share them with you here. Whether you're into something artsy or cute or retro, I've found that there are a huge selection to suit just about any taste. I'm still wondering if I should get a new one for myself... I just might, once I can actually decide on which one I like the best-est!

{Out of Sight! by Valentina | Music is All Around by Nan Lawson | Ranunculus by Elle Moss | He has made everything beautiful by Typographic Verses | Blue Balloon by Laura Ruth | Traveler 120 Vintage Camera by Joy St Claire | Stop Wondering Start Making by Dan Elijah G. Fajardo | Let's Run Away by Leah Flores}

Society 6 is an awesome place to start for those of you who prefer something a little more creative and inspiring. Just about any art, illustration, graphic or photograph can be made into an iPhone case, and they are able to cater for the older 3G, 3Gs models too. I super love them all - see what I mean? It's so hard to make a choice!

{Hardwood iPhone covers by A Skulk of Foxes | Retro radio cases and Retro game console case all from USB Fever}

I came across these hardwood iPhone 4 and 4s covers by A Skulk of Foxes when window shopping at Presence on King William. Girlfriend K tried it on her phone and the wood finish looked stunning against the glossy white! These phone covers are made of real Cherry hardwood and etched with an intricate design and hand enamelled. If you're looking for something different which would last you probably longer than your iPhone, this is the one to go for.

And I thought the retro radio ones are super funky, don't you? Well, basically anything from the 60s and 70s are labelled 'cool' these days. They also have designs such as retro calculator and retro camera too.


There are also heaps of uniquely designed phone covers over at Etsy. You'll find that many vendors allows for customised design, and some make covers for the older models or the iPod too.

Are you inspired to pick out a brand new wardrobe for your iPhone? I know I am!

3 comments:

  1. wow. so many cute covers! just found your blog through little tree designs, where we were both featured in the top 5, how lovely.

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    a lovely mixed bag.

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  2. The iPhone 4 that was reshaped into a more rectangular slate and with a polished metal frame for its edges has certainly packed the right premium feel for the iPhone 4 to be ever as desirable to this date, and which has certainly set the benchmark for more smartphones to come.
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  3. Everything was really cute! This page blog really has swag, hope to see more.

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