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By Hilary Geisbert - August 2014

Creative iPhone Cases

Head Case

By Hilary Geisbert - August 2014

-Photography by David Colwell.

Does it seem like the whole world is gearing up for an iPhone 6 when you’re not due for an upgrade for months? Comfort yourself by giving your current phone a makeover. Hey, you just might fall in love with your iPhone 5 all over again.

Clockwise from top center:

Flower Power: Floral inlay case ($38) at Trohv.

Hello There!: “Hello!” slim case ($32) at In Watermelon Sugar.

Think Pink: Pink patterned case ($25) at Peace. Love. Shop. Zyzyx!

Feeling Blue: Navy blue embossed cover ($36) at Su Casa.

Colorful Shapes: Rainbow prism inlay case ($32) at Trohv.

Dozen Roses: Blue and white floral case ($36) at Becket Hitch.

Water Colors: Multicolor inlay case ($36) at Sassanova.

Stripe Groups: Navy-and-white striped case ($25) at J. Crew. 





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