spotlight on :: britt bass iPhone cases

britt bass phone casesHappy Hump Day! Today I'm bringing you a fun line of iPhone +iPad cases that will be sure to make your tech accessories stand out and make you happy every time you look at them. Britt Bass is not only an amazingly talented artist, but one of my very best friends. Her paintings and prints are so vibrant and cheery, they brighten up any room {or any day!} And, lucky for us, she has taken her art into the technology accessory world! With both iPhone and iPad cases available, you can amp up your accessories.

One of my favorite Britt Bass original paintings, "Rocketwoman" is on my phone case {It just so happens this actual painting will be hanging in my new dining room soon!!} Everyone knows I love me some fuchsia ::


-276Screen shot 2014-08-20 at 9.31.49 AMBritt has so many fabulous cases to choose from. Here are just a few of my favorites :: Screen shot 2014-08-20 at 9.31.56 AMScreen shot 2014-08-20 at 9.32.00 AMScreen shot 2014-08-20 at 9.32.06 AMWho wouldn't want a phone or iPad case with Britt Bass art on it? You can shop all her fun accessories on her site HERE. Get a little artsy with your next case and be sure to check out all of Britt Bass's amazing work.

Friday Feature :: Styled Shoot


Happy Valentine's Day to all my fellow style lovers! I love this day because it means showing my love for style by wearing pretty shades of pink, looking at lovely flowers, eating inordinate amounts of chocolate, and showing the love to family and friends!

Friday's Feature highlights someone I love dearly. Britt Bass Turner is a long-time friend and incredibly talented painter in Atlanta. A few months ago, LIFE.styled. had the pleasure of styling Britt for her featured shoot in Anthology Magazine. Britt's paintings may be bright, colorful and bold, but her style stays a little more classic and neutral. We worked together to find looks that complimented her paintings while still staying true to her personal style.

For Britt's first outfit, we chose a navy striped peplum top from Anthropologie. This really complimented the navy and bright pink tones in her paintings behind. Since her paintings are so bold, a simple stripe was all we really needed in terms of patterns & colors in her outfit. We paired that with one of her favorite go-to necklaces, a cream braided tiered necklace, and a bold red lip against her fair complexion and dark hair.



The back of the shirt featured a cream crochet pattern, a fun little detail shown here ::


For her second outfit we decided to lighten things up. A neutral chevron dress with a cream sheer overlay achieved that. Cinched around the waist for figure-flattery and also paired with a bold lip, this lighter look really made the colors in her paintings pop behind her. It also tied in nicely to her two bottom paintings which featured more neutrals, as well as the white walls in her studio.


But seriously, how gorgeous are Britt and her paintings? You can check her out at 

You can be sure we will be doing more stylized shoots featuring Britt and her art in the upcoming future!

Wishing you a happy & stylish Valentine's Day with the one(s) you LOVE!


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