So you already have an iPod or iPhone, but you want it blinged out a bit without dolling out thousands of dollars, well, the Gilty Couture collection has you covered, well they actually have your iPod covered, but you get the idea. Anyways, you can buy a case for your iPod or iPhone from these folks in various metals/crystal colors and they all look amazing.
Paul Frank is known for their clothing and accessories and they are teaming up with Verizon Wireless. They have created a line of stylish Paul Frank mobile accessories, custom for all Verizon gadgets of course.
They fit most of the Verizon PDAs and phones. The pouches come in a few different styles with about three different designs printed on each one. One of the designs being the classic Paul Frank monkey.
The prices range from $14.99-$24.99 just depending on which case you get. The cases are available both online and in the Verizon store.
Paul Frank PDA, cellphone cases and pouches [via techie diva]
I’m a sucker for socks. I have them in all shapes, sizes and colors and one for every occasion. Once, I even bought a new outfit just because it matched my favorite pair of socks, that’s the crazy girl gene coming out of me. The nerd gene, which makes it’s appearance often, has teamed up with it’s rival and I’m buying a pair of these socks.
I have never met a person that got excited over wearing a tie. No one actually enjoys wearing one, but occasionally it becomes absolutely necessary. This binary code tie is just the way to rebel while still following the rules.
The tie decoded simply says 'Ties Suck' a statement that most people would indeed agree with. Even women have come to recognize ties are the male version of pointy toed high heals. Besides, we geeks cannot conform to the normal standards, we have to stand out somehow.
Likely no one will have any idea what the tie says, but at least you can feel exhilarated by secretly showing your distaste. To snag one of your own it will cost you $24.99.
'Ties Suck' Tie [via fashionably geek]