The Olivia Rodrigo x CASETiFY collection will give your phone a 'sour' flair

It goes without saying, but the Olivia Rodrigo x CASETiFY collab calls for a 'drivers license' ringtone

Olivia Rodrigo x CASETiFY
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Your celly needs protection, and the Olivia Rodrigo x CASETiFY collection will shield your device from spills and falls—all while serving pop-punk vibes, of course. 

The queen of angsty battle cries and Spotify Wrapped champion is stepping into new territory with a phone-case collaboration that shows off her style and sound. It goes without saying, but these gadgets pair perfectly with a "Traitor" ringtone. 

Launching on December 16 at 12am ET, 9pm PT, the assortment of phone cases rock a purple aesthetic that brings us back to our Hot Topic days. The tough yet chic designs perfectly mirror the pop star's sentiment. There are black butterflies, broken hearts and roses aplenty.  

Not only do the cases look good, but they'll make you feel good knowing they've been created from recycled cases and bioplastics from plants. The trinkets range from $40 to $75, depending on what type of phone you have, and they are compatible with iPhone series 7 and up. 

Shop the Olivia Rodrigo x CASETiFY collection:

Have a full look at the offerings on the CASETiFY website (opens in new tab). You can also opt to join the waitlist for the collab. 

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Olivia Rodrigo x CASETiFY, Black Butterfly Town Case ($40–$75 (opens in new tab))

A case compatible with the iPhone 11 and up, this option will send your hearts aflutter. 

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Olivia Rodrigo x CASETiFY, Broken Ego Broken Heart ($50-$75 (opens in new tab)

An impact case made for a variety of iPhone versions, from Xs to 13 Pro Max, this trinket will convince you that a broken heart looks cute. 

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Olivia Rodrigo x CASETiFY, DNT ANSWER The Phone Case ($40-$75 (opens in new tab))

Suitable for a variety of devices—the iPhone 11 to the iPhone 13 Pro Max—this "DNT ANSWER" case proves he moved on really easily...and it only took a couple of weeks. 

BRB, we're going to peruse the collection and blast our favorite Sour tracks. 

Danielle is a writer for woman&home and My Imperfect Life, covering all-things news, lifestyle and entertainment. 

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