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Shades Phone Case

Price: $89.00 Now $79.95 Save 10%
Item: AL11085
Just my phone (and a few essentials)
Chances are, you’ll want to carry this soft and subtly hued ltalian leather phone case on its own as often as you slip it inside a bag. The distinctive Shades leather phone case is a phone wallet, too, with slots for credit cards, an ID window and a zip pocket for coins.

On-the-go clutch
Because it lets you carry what you need for a night on the town, this clever phone case doubles nicely as a clutch, with its detachable wristlet strap.

  • Can accommodate smartphones including the iPhone 5 and Samsung Galaxy S3
  • 7 credit card slots
  • ID window
  • Interior zip pocket for coins
  • Phone pocket has magnetic closure
  • Wallet section has zip closure
  • Detachable wristlet strap
  • Softly textured, full-grain Italian leather in subtle color-blocked tones
  • 6 7/8W x 3/4D x 3 3/4H

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Shades Phone Case 4 5 2 2
Pocket too thin for some phones This is lovely, lovely clutch, but the outside pocket won't close with my phone (Motorola droid). I can put it in the zip around section, but that isn't very practical! March 6, 2013
Perfect Carry Around I've been looking for something to carry my daily essentials around campus and to meetings (i'm a professor) for quite some time. Something than looks professional and doesn't look like a pencil case or make up bag so I don't have to carry a purse. So happy I found this. What's in mine? Key drives, iPad stylus, pen, money, business cards, campus credit card, keys, lipstick, pen. I like my phone out and ready I put it on top of the pocket and hold the whole thing in one hand. It is a bit expensive but totally worth it. Things I would add - a ring inside to clip drives or keys. I love the purple one but for more conservative environments more neutral colors might work better. February 15, 2013
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