For those of us who aren’t immature clumsy, we have a bit more freedom when it comes to iPhone accessories. Instead of playing it safe and buying one of those protective – but incredibly unappealing – Otterbox cases, we can choose things like the Apple iPhone Bumper and such. However, if you’re looking to step it up a notch on the style side, you can choose to go with a sleeve instead of a bulky (or not so bulky) case. While there are a few options from Louis Vuitton running you about $270, MS & Co. also makes some that don’t break the bank. At $28, you can get your own selvedge denim sleeve (pictured above). If you prefer leather instead of denim, there are plenty of options as well. Oh, and if you still have an iPhone 3GS, they make sleeves for you too.
MS&Co. – available online at msandco.myshopify.com
Sena Cases – available in Apple stores and online at senacases.com
Although these have been worn for a while, after a few photos of high-profile celebrities like Kanye West and Scott Disick in these reached the internet, the public interest skyrocketed. These ever-so-preppy Royal Albert slippers are probably the coolest things to put on your feet right now. You can get them in linen, suede, and velvet; they can also be monogrammed if you aren’t too keen on any of the pre-designed styles. While you can grab a pair over at Stubbs & Wootton, those will run you about $495. Ovadia & Sons sell them for a way more reasonable price of $295 (of course the difference is that they’re not from Stubbs & Wootton.) An ideal addition to ones closet because these shoes are a staple in the S/S wardrobe of any true prep. Oh, and no need to worry, girls–you can wear them too.
About nine months ago, Major Lazer and La Roux put together a mixtape called Lazerproof, which mixed songs like “Bulletproof,” “In for the Kill,” Drake’s “Houstatlantavegas,” and even Gyptian’s “Hold Yuh” and gave them the true Major Lazer treatment. My favorite track in particular is “I’m Not You Lemonade”, which is a mix of La Roux’s “I’m Not Your Toy” and Gucci’s infamous “Lemonade.” Heroes n Villans did the unthinkable by mixing two extremely distinct sounds – the high pitches of La Roux and Gucci’s mellow bass swag – to produce some quality work. The overall aura of the tape was a reggae + electronic + rap love fest and all in all, it is amazing.