10 Best... fashionable tablet cases

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Dress your new gadget up with one of these fashion-forward covers

1. Ted Baker crocar  tablet case

With its metallic mock- croc-finish and fun French bulldog design lining, this  envelope looks more like a stylish clutch than a tablet case. But it will still keep your precious gadget safe as it has a fold-over front flap and secure popper fastening.

£109, tedbaker.com

2.  Barbour quilted  folio case

If you fancy matching your tablet case to your outerwear, try this quilted number from the luxury British brand. Matching jacket not included, but it will keep your device nice and safe.

£49.95, johnlewis.com

3.  Asos Zip Around in Hologram

Hologram effects are big this season and this great value case piggybacks on the trend. Fashion-forward types will love it.

£9, asos.com

4.  Mulberry Simple sleeve

An elegant choice from the British luxury brand, we love the slimness of this leather pouch that will keep your tablet safe without taking up too much room in your bag. Yes, it’s pricey, but it’s classic. Comes in a variety of colours and with a one-year guarantee. 

£125 - £195, mulberry.com

5. Leather zip purse

 Another bright leather case, but with a more wallet-friendly price tag. This sunny yellow zip-up purse, with a soft lining will keep your tablet safe and the screen scratch-free. Inside there’s a leather pocket in the same colour – perfect for storing any business cards you pick up while working on the go.

£29.95, johnlewis.com

6. Vans Checkerboard Coozie

Best known for adorning skate shoes, the Vans classic chequered print has made it on to tablet cases. Fashiioned from cotton fabric with a slim inner compartment, this is one for the skater kids who can’t be without their gadgets

£14, Vans, asos.com

7. Aspinal Brit iPad Sleeve

Protect your new iPad with this patriotic handmade case from the British leather specialists. Its soft suede lining means that your precious device sits snugly in the slimline sleeve. There’s also a handy magnetic tab that help you to slip out the tablet more easily.

£99 - £145, aspinaloflondon.com

8.  Marc by Marc Jacobs skulls tablet case

This quirky statement case from the fashion designer’s edgier  (and slightly more affordable line) with a signature leather plaque, silver zip and soft, faux-fur lining will accommodate tablets of various sizes safely. It’s wipe clean, too, so is a suitable choice for messy teens.

£50, selfridges.com

9. Zip Around iPad case in Faux Pony

Add a pop of colour to your gadget with this fun purple  pony-skin effect and suede case. Your tablet will fit snugly inside and will be kept safe by the secure zip fastening.

£21, asos.com

10.  Alexander Wang prisma croc-effect iPad case

One to up give older iPad models an instant luxury update, this striking orange croc effect calf leather case has Wang’s iconic gold screw-detailed corners and a zip to keep your tablet extra safe. Inside there are handy pockets and card slots. It’s expensive, but actually heavily reduced via this discount designer retailer. Trust us, the fashionista in your life will appreciate it.

£202, theoutnet.com

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