Monday, November 23, 2015

My Two Recent Fab Finds




The Wingfolio Wallet Case by Reiko

I'm a die-hard iPhone user. I have invested in many cases to protect the various editions of my iPhones. I prefer cases with full phone coverage so the screen is also protected. My choices have included leather pouch-like wallets, hard shell cases and even a case that included a backup battery charger. 

My issue is that I've now become hesitant to invest a lot of money on a case when new models of cell phones are being released so often ... The cases quickly become obsolete. So I'm always on the lookout for a quality, yet reasonably-priced option that appeals to my sense of style.
 
I was very excited about reviewing Reiko's Wingfolio. I chose the funky pink zebra model because it really is pretty funky, I love pink, and the color combo makes the case easy to spot when it's in a bag. 


I love that this style combines a hard shell with a full case, has three slots for cards as well as a sleeve for money/receipts. The eco leather and hard casing combo is very lightweight and doesn't add unnecessary, extra weight to my bag (very important). The cover can be conveniently folded back into a viewing stand.

The magnetic closure makes it easy to open and close the case while on the move and this stylish design provides full access to all ports and buttons as well as the camera.










Vincenzo Peluso Ankle Boots

I tend to be drawn to sophisticated yet slightly dramatic styles when it comes to shoes. This is perfect for attending events but not so great for running errands ... I'm not a big fan of wearing sneakers.

I prefer to pair an ankle boot with my slim-fit jeans when the weather gets cooler. I love my other ankle boots (see below) but needed a nice, understated option. I settled on the calfskin beauties above (Love buttery-soft calfskin!) ... Perfect for errands and classic enough for a relatively polished look.


My other ankle boots by:
Sinela with my personal touch (I added tucks for a dramatic silhouette)
dei Mille
Stuart Weitzman