I am a phone case (iPhone case to be precise) obsessive, and can’t go a week (okay, a day) without having a quick browse on the internet for several new favourites. I don’t quite go as far as to change my phone case dependent on my outfit, or it really would take me hours to get ready in the morning, but I do like treating myself to a new one occasionally.
Selfridges is perhaps my favourite place to browse phone cases, as not only do they stock an extensive range, but they are also the home place for Marc Jacobs phone cases, which are probably THE best in the business. So, with such a vast range to choose from, I thought I would let you in on a few of my all time favourites.
Lanvin Faces Iphone Cover (£45)
Covered in cute black and white face illustrations, with tiny flashes of colour, this fashion inspired Lanvin iPhone case is a sure fire way to accessorize any outfit, especially as it ties in with the very popular Monochrome trend. I love the scribbly, illustrated effect and the little Lanvin heart autographs.
I.AM + Modern Look Camera Case (£199)
Okay, so it might be a little pricey (and almost half the cost of the phone itself), but this gorgeous white plated cover actually turns your iPhone into a fully functioning camera, with interchangeable lenses, a built in flash and a stylish ‘shoot and point’ feature. I love it’s vintage inspired design, and I would love to try out some of the built in filters!
Tory Burch Stacked T Logo iPhone Case (£45)
With a firey orange nautical design, and stamped with Tory Burch’s stylish logo, this case is a must for any fashionista. With a hard shell design (I prefer this style over the rubbery option) not only is this a stylish accessory, but it also protects your phone against damage when dropping or knocking over your phone.
Tory Burch Snake iPhone Case (£40)
It might be a little more exotic than my other choices, but this gorgeous Snake print soft shell case not only keeps your phone protected, but it transforms your communication device into a fully fledged fashion accessory. I love it!
Michael Kors Pink iPhone Print Case (£30)
I’m not usually a fan of Monogrammed logos, as they tend to look quite flashy and over the top, however this stylish, chic and feminine Michael Kors iPhone case is a subtle way to flaunt your designer kudos, and is so girlie, it’s hard to resist!
Marc By Marc Jacobs Katie Bunny Case (£40)
These are all the rage at the moment, especially amoung iPhone users, and although I haven’t yet jumped on the bandwagon, this gorgeous bright pink bunny case makes it hard to resist. With a cute bunny motif and a rubber exterior, it’s definitely an outfit staple piece for summer 13!
Marc Jacobs Trompe l’oeil croc Case (£30)
I absolutely love this cracked effect printed Marc Jacobs case, and at £30 it’s a tempting offer. With a scratch free design, and a hard shell, it’s both stylish and functional! Hmm, I’ve almost convinced myself to invest there.
Marc Jacobs Julio Zebra case (£40)
Marc Jacobs has created several gorgeous whimsical animal inspired iPhone case designs, however the Julio zebra one is by far my favourite. Ideal for any monochrome outfit (or any outfit for that matter) this rubber cover will automatically become your staple piece this summer!
Atsea Ted Baker Printed iPhone Cover (£29.95)
And last, but not least. With an eye-catching pattern and metallic branding, this cover is probably my favourite out of the bunch and is a really effective way of jazzing up your technology! It clips onto your phone, preventing it from any damage without adding any bulk!
So, there you have it – my favourite iPhone cases of the week! I personally would buy every single one of them if I had the money, as I think – for a designer brand, they are quite afford-ably priced, however, with my budget, I will have to stick to treating myself every few months!
All of the above are available from Selfridges. Please note, this is not a sponsored post – I am just an iPhone case addict and Selfridges happens to be my port of call for my fix! Plus, I know Google is cracking down on overlinking (quite rightly), so I have only included a few links above.