Who needs a mood ring when you can have a mood case? Case-Mate’s dual-layer ($50) has two parts: a flexible, shock-absorbing sleeve with metallic purple button covers, and a rigid backplate adorned with temperature-changing film. When you’re not touching the case, it’s mostly blue—the bumper is a bright metallic turquoise, and Case-Mate’s signature metal accent is at the

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