Whether you’re a college kid or an office ball-breaker there is an ipad case for everyone. They were originally designed to protect our expensive technology but more and more of us are buying them to stand out from the crowd, and look cool. Yes, they’re protective, but more to the point, they’re beautiful and cute ipad cases. To save your time we have handpicked some of our favorites ipad Covers……
iSockit Vintage Plaid – For The Hipsters
Mixing old with the new has always made a bold statement, nothing’s changed here. Made from re-purposed materials (no prizes for guessing what this used to be) the guys at Blythe King make products that you’ll either love or hate. Either way, you’re going to stand out from the crowd.
Buy for £55 from their website
Burgerman – For Funky Fanatics
This iPad case fit all generations of iPad, 1, 2 and 3. This slim line case is designed for easy transportation and storage and these cheeky little characters, designed by Jon Burgerman, are sure to brighten up your Monday mornings.
Buy for £22.50 from their website
Mulberry – For The Luxury Lover
For those of you who prefer things a little more subtle and enjoy a little of life’s luxuries, Mulberry produce this leather sleeve, with the company logo stamped discreetly on one side. It could be yours for a mere £150.
Buy for £150.00 from their website
Hanakapiai – For Green People
With winter approaching this woolly sleeve looks incredibly inviting. Made with nothing but organic hemp and 100% recycled polyester fleece, this iPad cover is about as green as they come. It’s even dyed with non-toxic, low-impact ink!
Buy for £20 from their website
Aquapac – For The Adventurer
The beach and technology have never really mixed well, at least, not until now. Aquapac have a range of fully-submersible covers and cases that you can use to protect your iPad/iPhone at the beach, swimming pool, or whilst you’re in the bath! They really well designed and, compared to many other waterproof companies, they are reasonably priced.
Buy for £45 from their website
Sara is passionate about all things ‘design’ and blogs about clothing and fashion trends, for Miinto and is now lunching herself into freelance writing. When not writing Sara loves to travel, take pictures and keep up with the latest fashion trends.