Before I start this, I want to dispel any thoughts you have here that in this post I am doing any advertising. I am not making any money by promoting the following companies or sites in this post. The only place I make a few cents, is if you click on any of the advertisements on this page.
When you look at an insulin pump, you don't really see much. It is a little rectangular box that you carry around with you all day. Sure, it has a colourful button, or two, but that is about it. Why don't you have fun with it. No matter what insulin pump your choose, or currently wear, there are a wealth of opportunities for you to choose from for making your insulin pump as "you" as possible.
First off, with the pump itself, there are a variety of options available for both protecting it and expressing yourself. You can go to www.skinit.com and choose an adhesive "skin" for your pump, that wraps around your pump and covers all the plain, boring parts of your pump (starting at US$15, these are priced really well, in my opinion). Whether you are looking to support your favorite sports team, declare yourself a princess, or get your Popeye on, you will find a multitude of designs ready for you. You can even design and upload your own pictures. Some pump manufacturers even have their own skins, which are made of more sturdy rubber that does more protecting of your pump, and have them in available in a number of bright, flashy colours (Animas has eight to choose from). Accu-check has skins in six colours which also allow you to attach a belt clip directly to the skin to attach to your clothing.
After you have covered your pump with a skin, you need to be able to carry your pump around with you. Sure, you could simply carry it around in your pocket, but who wants to be so boring?! Not when you can go to Angelbear and pick or design your own pump case (this looks to be a good site for finding case, or insulin pumps harnesses, or even clothing for your young child wearing an insulin pump). Pumpwear also has a wealth of cases and clothing to choose from. This site has a lot of good products for kids and adults. Not only can you choose from a variety of cases, but for those of you want to hide your pump from view, men can get boxers with pockets, or women can get bras with a pocket for your pump. Of course there is always Ebay to go to and find cases, as well. A recent inquiry on the site brought up case with Thomas the Tank Engine, Justin Bieber, and a zebra pattern. :)
Of course your Insulin pump manufacturer will also sell cases that you can wear in a variety of ways. So far I have gotten by with only two cases to carry my pump with me. One is a leather case that attaches to my belt, and another is simply a black fabric case that velcros around my waist. However, seeing all these sites, makes me want something else. Decisions, decisions!! :)
Whatever you do, have fun with it! Take a look at these sites or find others on your own that will bring our your own personal style.