by - January 17, 2014


Towards the New Year, I approached Casetagram about doing some more work with them and didn't expect to be sent anything but the lovely people sent me a coupon code to choose any case of my choice, either a pre-designed one or my own images, for my iPhone 5, which I was super excited about.

Now if you don't know, Casetagram is the world's first social design service to make customizable cases for phones and tablets using Instagram and Facebook photos. Casetagram provides an easy-to-use platform to bring personal photos to life, making it more customizable than ever. 

So here it is....

I chose the Colourful Galaxy case by Cha_the_ry which is a pre-designed one available for purchase. I contemplated the idea of creating my own but being the biggest procrastinator, I decided to cut the stress and browse through the hundreds of cases available. I had the hard decision between this one and the blue version of this but this one won my heart.

Each case is individually printed with HD graphics, meaning its crystal clear and incredibly sharp, by the company and takes around 13-20 business days (which is ages for someone who's impatient like me, but for a individual piece not many would have its totally worth it!) and is printed on either a classic snap case, like mine, or their bezel bold which gives a chunkier case and a different camera hole design. I love the classic snap cases so they can easily be swapped around with minimum fuss because some phone cases are literally the worst to get off, or they're that flimsy they just fall off which to me, seems pointless. This case feels sturdy and is 2.5mm slim and impeccably shows off the slim profile of your device. The impact-resistant outer shell protects your device from scratch, drops and dust. The thinness is perfect as theres nothing worse then a heavy bulky case but still gives you the protection and the individual personality of you.

I'd definitely buy from them again and maybe invest in one of their newest cases where you can keep the outer case on but then swap each backplate, which is a great idea for the ever changing style chameleon!

**This is a sponsored post by Casetagram who kindly sent me this case. A huge thanks to Jennie and the Casetagram team for this opportunity**

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