Mobile Dressing with Style
There are no spots or imperfections and the perfect little package is held together with contrast stitching.
Has anyone had a whole lot of trouble finding a proper phone case lately? I seem to, for the most part, have no luck at all! They are either too boring, too large, not large enough, or just way too crazy. I mean, having a bedazzled phone case shaped like an ice cream cone is all fine and dandy but try showing up with one of those at a meeting, it's not the best look. I've been on and off the flip-case for my phone, I like the idea of having the screen protected but usually don't have much use for the extra flap. That is until I got one that uses the flap as a storage space. Now I'm obsessed with the concept and it definitely doesn't hurt that the one I have from Casemade is made from smooth, buttery leather.
The company, based out of England, was put together by two people who seemed to have had similar troubles as me when looking for a case. To up the product range, they've developed ultra slim phone cases that unlike the competition, are made of genuine leather. No more cracks in the material after one month of use!
I especially like the wallet feature as it allows for easier carrying of essentials when I'm just running out to for some quick errands (or for a Pokemon GO session around the block...) The details on the leather is what caught my eye immediately. There are no spots or imperfections and the perfect little package is held together with contrast stitching. So far I've used the phone to store credit cards (since I never have actual cash on me) but have found it to be very useful for business card storage. This way I avoid having to carry a phone, a wallet, and a business card holder when going. This all in one leaves a lot more room to stuff more lip glosses into my clutch!
If you're considering getting a flip-case I'd suggest go for one that can multi-task, this way you'll never have to wonder what the hell that little flap is for.
*In collaboration with Casemade. All opinions and photos are my own.