July 30, 2013

Latest Loves: A Love Letter to My iPad (and Case)

I needed an iPad. Well I didn't need one. But that was my excuse: that I needed it when meeting with clients so I could swipe through room shots. So I invested in one. And I know I'm very late to the iPad boat. But I wasn't ready before. I didn't know what I needed to be ready for.

So it arrived in the mail—my white little iPad. And so did my Tory Burch case. On our first night together, I figured we'd hang out a bit and I would organize projects in albums and download essential iPad apps like Houzz, Pinterest, etc. Then I would go to sleep. But then something happened: I started scouting furniture on it and reading articles, and three hours later I was in love. And my poor MacBook Pro sat alone on my chevron ottoman.

I love my iPad. I love it for interior decorating. I love it to online shop for clients, look through room inspirations, and organize my work life. I'm so glad that I needed it. Thank you iPad, for being you.

The most exciting part about getting an iPad is buying a case. I think I spent more time on this than I did researching iPad specs. Should I go with Tory Burch, Kate Spade, Marc Jacobs? Did I want to be colorful or sophisticated? First I went for the Kate Spade Pueblo Tiles iPad case—and I loved it. But I was still thinking about the navy Tory Burch Kelsey tablet case. And in the end, I went with that one. Here are some of my favorite iPad case picks.

Tory Burch Kelsey Case, Tory Burch, $145.  Marc By Marc Jacobs Mini Mareika Deboss Neoprene Case, Shopbop, $58. Tory Burch Bow Case, Bloomingdales, $78. Kate Spade Pueblo Tiles Case, Kate Spade, $50. Jonathan Adler Heart Leather Case, Bloomingdales, $158. MCM iPad Heritage Case, Bloomingdales, $350. Ted Baker Apcon Bow Case, Bloomingdales, $70. Alexander Wang Prisma Case, Shopbop, $435. Zac Zac Posen Shirley Case, Bloomingdales, $75. Kate Spade Petula Stripe Case, Bloomingdales, $50.

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