Admit it. Half the fun of getting your iPhone was shopping for cases and fingerless gloves afterward. So the Los Angeles Times makes a good point: What style accompaniments will the iPad produce? Two words: Big. Pockets. (Insert “Is that an iPad in your pants or are you just happy to see me?” jokes here.)
Scottvest, the maker of super-functional outerwear, is already on it, announcing “the first and only clothing line for the iPad.” The travel vest includes an enormous inner pocket, roomy enough to store the Apple gizmo. So, we had to wonder … what are some other ways techies will start toting? After the jump, three more scary possibilities.
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Who doesn’t love a good pocket? It’s especially satisfying to find them in unexpected places like on the pointed corner of this summery Urban Outfitters tank top. A racerback and asymmetrical hem add to the edginess of this shirt, which would go great with some black skinny jeans, alone as a beach cover-up, or a dress for those with pockets full of confidence. [$38, Urban Outfitters] Keep reading »
A dress with pockets is basically my most favorite thing ever. Previous to dresses with pockets (I think there was a lull in this trend between the 60′s and now), I had to always carry a frickin’ purse with me when I went out at night, but now I can show my keys and my credit card in a little slit and hightail it out on the town without being weighted down by my huge tote. You see, I have this thing about bags needing to have a certain amount of fullness, so if I HAVE to bring a bag somewhere, I always carry more than I technically need. Pain in the butt really. [$198, Shop Manhattanite] Keep reading »
You know, pocket T’s have really been kind of out of style for a while now, and I am not sure why. That pocket totally serves a useful purpose, like storing cash when you don’t want to bring your wallet to buy lunch. Anyway, this shirt from Urban Outfitters is super cute and also comes in other colors with an anchor or a peace dove on the pocket. But we like the heart, obviously. [$28, UrbanOutfitters.com] Keep reading »