Mustangs express their unique qualities through phone cases. Click on the images to read more, and scroll down to find links to some of these cases and accessories.
Sophomore Ben Boulon took interest in a sticker he bought at Monument Valley, UT.
“My phone is a way for me to express myself, I can decorate it and style it however I want,” senior Casidy Chen said.
Chen likes to decorate her phone case with charms she collected from conventions and online.
“I watch videos [on my phone], get messages through text and get annoyed at random numbers calling me for no reason,” junior Dana Bilderback said.
“[My trip to Maui was] awesome. It was my first time ever and it was a great trip,” AP Secretary Lisa Fisher said.
“One of the kids in the office had the same case and I went to Maui over the [ski] break, so I thought I needed a fun case to go to Maui with,” Fisher said.
Senior Jackson Clarno’s Star Wars themed phone case is exclusively sold at Disneyland.
“It was very cheap,” sophomore James Lu remarked when asked about what he liked about his phone case.
Sophomore Rachel Payne keeps an Instax Mini photo between her phone and her case.
“My best friend gave me my phone case when I got an iPhone 7 and she’s like, ‘oh, I have an extra phone case. Here, take it’ and I took it,” junior Jehan Bhandari said.
“When we went down Pasadena [for the Rose Bowl parade], there was a little vendor and I broke three corners of [my old phone case], so I thought ‘I should probably get a new one!’,” junior Kelly Quick said.
Senior Kevin Wang browses on Reddit in his free time.
Senior Leah Simmons uses YouTube on her phone the most.
Junior Zoey Sun likes her transparent phone case because it shows the uniqueness of her phone. “Not a lot of people have red phones,” Sun said. Sun purchased her phone case at the AT&T store where she also got her phone.
Junior Bill Lei’s phone case is a reference to the movie “Kingsman: The Secret Service.”
“I prefer durability [over the appearance] of a phone case because if it’s over the screen wouldn’t hurt it [if I dropped it],” senior Leslie Garcia said.
English teacher Megan Rupe has a circular magnet attached to the back of her phone case to mount on her dashboard while she drives.
“I like how it feels in my hand and how it fits in my pocket, like if it’s easy to take out of my pocket,” senior Mitchi Phung said.
“I like how it expresses something I’m interested in; something I like. Harry Potter is one of my favorite series and it kind of reflects that,” sophomore Noa Bronicki said.
Freshman Vanessa Tuck likes to kill time on Instagram, Snapchat and other minor games on her phone.
Senior Zoie Smith used sticker paper from Michaels to create stickers with her friends over the summer. “I printed out a bunch of whale [pictures] ‘cause I think whales are pretty sick and I drew on the extras. (…) I have sticker anxiety so I don’t actually stick them onto things, so I decided to trap them in the phone case,” Smith said.
Smith is selling acrylic orca whale and narwhal charms she drew, which 10% of her profit will be donated to whale charity.
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