Sometimes it seems like Apple gadgets get all the love. Designers have been falling all over themselves to make specialized cases and holders for the company’s iPhones and iPads, but I can’t think of anyone that has come out with a specially designed product for Amazon’s Kindle e-reader.
Until now, that is. The Diane Von Furstenberg Kallie Kindle Case is a stylish option for people who have chosen a gadget that doesn’t rank quite as high on the style meter. Not that there’s anything wrong with that – everyone I know who has a Kindle loves it.
In fact, I’ve been thinking about getting one myself. I’m one of those rare (or maybe not-so-rare?) people that actually likes to read. And I always have; I was a comparative literature minor in college merely because I liked taking classes that assigned interesting books. I’ve yet to decide what kind of e-reader I want and I’m a bit embarrassed to admit that this case is helping the Kindle seem like a more palatable option.
I already explained on PurseBlog how much I love the DVF clutch made out of this same material, and I could use the cash I save by buying a Kindle instead of an iPad to get relatively inexpensive case to protect it. The detail that won me over? The bright pink suede interior. Buy through ShopBop for $165.