A few months ago I had a tragic accident with my iPhone 5S. After many drops it decided it was going to give up the ghost and smash the entire front screen into a million little pieces.
Anyway, I decided to go for the 6 Plus and since then have struggled to find cute cases. Most high street stores carry a range of iPhone 6 cases. If they have anything for the 6 Plus I always find them to be rather boring. That or they're horrendously over priced. £13 for a transparent jelly case that you can get off eBay for 99p?! I don't think so!
For all my previous phones I had lots of different cases, I could never decide which one to choose but I liked having the selection. This time around I opted for having a select few that might be a little more pricey but are something I don't mind keep on my phone for a long time. Does that make sense?
I've seen quite a few people post about this case on Instagram, usually the blush pink background. There's also a clear version and an aqua blue which I would usually go for but I found the colour too bold against the products and it looked a little odd.
I opted for the lilac version. It comes with a collection of all things girly. There's bobby pins, eyelashes, macarons, perfume, nail polish, lipstick, shoes and jewellery. What more could you want?
Though this is a smooth case it has a slight texture to it which I think helps with gripping it. The case wraps both vertical sides of the phone with cut outs for the volume and lock buttons whilst being completely transparent. It has the Casetify symbol embossed onto the side.
It's the perfect girly girl case and has everything I love on it ... Well mostly. It's missing cats.
Ordering with Casetify is really simple. I paid using PayPal and quickly realised I'd forgotten to use a $10 off code. So I popped them an email and they refunded me the $10. They will happily do this providing you email them within 5 days of placing your order.
Casetify carry cases for pretty much every smart phone, iPad and even straps for the new Apple watches. And if you don't find a design that stands out you can custom make your own.
On the website it says that UK orders can take 15-21 days to arrive. I placed my order on June 15. It was dispatched from Hong Kong on June 16 and delivered on June 24. I think that's pretty good going for free delivery.
The only thing I dislike about the Casetify site is the lack of search function. There's no search box so you can type in 'watercolour' for example and see all the cases that come up for that result. Which I find to be a little (sometimes a lot) frustrating.
Overall I think Casetify is a brilliant way for artists to get their work out there and seen by others. There's hundreds and hundreds of designs so there's something for everyone and I'll definitely be ordering from them again.
$39.95 (£25.60) but you can save $10 off your first order using the code A2RRCH
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