Would you match your iPhone cover to your outfit?
The new trend in being matchy matchy has a tech-y spin.
It may not be stylish to match your dress to your shoes (for those of you who live in fear of looking too “bridesmaid”), but apparently it is ok—more than ok in fact, to match your outfit to your iPhone.
According to the Daily Mail, the latest trend in outfit coordination involves your cell.
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Australian brands Black Milk and The Dairy are just two of the many companies who are partnering up to making it easy to coordinate your ensemble with your handheld device. Black Milk makes clothes, and The Dairy takes whatever pattern clothing you choose from Black Milk and prints it right onto your iPhone case.
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Leopard leggings? No prob, you can have a leopard phone to match. Space-themed leotard? Not too specific for a matching cover.
Yes, this seems a little extreme—but since our phones are basically glued to our bodies at all times these days, might as well coordinate it with your shirt.
Tell us: Would you coordinate your outfit to your iPhone?
Photos: Courtesy Facebook and Black Milk
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