Dress.Ups – Covers for your Fitbit Flex, Jawbone UP, and UP24

Disclosure: I received the below items to facilitate my review. All opinions are my own. dress.up1 There are many device out there that help keep us fit but they could look kind of boring. One color, one look which may or may not match with your daily outfits. The Fitbit Flex, JawboneUP, and UP24 have become increasing popular with many people looking to stay fit and healthy. Dress.Up has changed the way we wear out fitness trackers by making covers for them! So now we can match our fitness trackers to out outfits and look even hotter while staying fit. They come in a variety of styles and colors.

About Dress.Up

Two women from Calgary conceived the idea of Dress.Up covers for Jawbone Fitness bracelets. Dress.Up covers are made by women for women in pristine manufacturing conditions in Canada. It makes your Jawbone way more comfortable and fashionable.

dress.up4 Your Fitbit Flex or Jawbone can transform from bland to fashion accessory with the different styles available. Dress.Ups come in solid colors and cute evening designs for a night on the town. You can see in the picture below instead of having a harsh black wristband I have a stylish gold cover that goes with my work attire. dress.up3 The covers have additional benefits since it is made of soft material it feels comfortable on your skin. No worries about rashes and chafing from the sweat. The material will protect your skin! dress.up2 Dress.UP covers has five different collections – Classic, Metallic, Olympic, Sparkle and Flo’, a line of fluorescent covers. These provide 15 fashionable alternatives to the basic elastomer or rubber single color wristbands.

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  1. Christina
    March 13, 2015 / 5:21 pm

    Will this band cover the Fitbit Charge HR? I really need one!

    • March 13, 2015 / 10:25 pm

      Hello Christina, as of right now it looks like it is only the Fitbit Flex. I’m sure they’ll come out with one for the Charge HR. Keep checking the website.

  2. Luisa
    September 6, 2015 / 3:12 pm

    Will it help with the allergic reaction I’m having with the flex band? I do not want to stop using it but it’s taking a toll on my skin.

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