Mujjo, the Dutch designer label for mobile accessories, makes the best sleeves for apple devices that I’ve ever seen. The company launched in 2011 with a line of gloves for touchscreen devices and started making handcrafted sleeves for mobile devices in Spring 2012.
I received a MacBook Pro 13″ sleeve in a fresh-for-summer combination of grey and white from the company’s Originals Collection. This sleeve is such a superior product. Mujjo takes 100% wool felt, a sustainable and renewable material, pairs it with high-quality leather, and produces a snug tailored sleeve that balances fashion and functionality. As an added bonus, the sleeve has a compartment suitable for documents, earplugs, and more.
This sleeve is so fashionable that I often opt to carry it prominently instead of packing it away in my tote bag. Here’s how it looked with yesterday’s outfit.
|These cases are about the same price as most designer sleeves.
They are listed as €59.95, which is around US$78.
Disclosure: Mujjo provided the Macbook sleeve free of charge for review purposes. As always, the opinions and ideas expressed are my own.
Love this sleeve! I have a macbook and I am looking for something to place it in!
This one would be perfect, Jacqueline! It's so luxe-looking in person. Of course, it works well too, safely housing the MacBook while on the move.
These look very similar to an Etsy artist's pieces! Check out Angie Davis' work at http://www.etsy.com/shop/byrdandbelle. I bought my husband an iPhone case about 2 years ago for the holidays and he still uses it every day and loves it. They are all handmade and she's a stickler for design and quality. I have no affiliation with her or her shop aside from being a happy customer. Cheers!
Wow, you're so right, Tara. The cases from this etsy seller look very similar. I love the look created by mixing wool felt with leather. Thanks for sharing the info!
You bet! I love visiting your blog and seeing what you're styling. Very inspirational and chic. Keep up the great work, and happy Friday!
Nice sleeve! It's got a sleek look to it.
Sleek is the right word indeed, Lisa! Thanks for stopping by!