3 Oct

One of my favorite things to shop for at the moment is a new changing bag. I am a bag obsessive with an extensive collection. From Mulberry to Chanel, I have a tote, clutch or messenger for every occasion. (Your bag (and shoes) make an outfit don’t you know!?) So it’s no surprise that my range of arm candy also includes a vast selection of designer baby-bags. Why would I want to ruin Alexa or Willow with spilt milk and crumbling breadsticks when I can carry something equally as chic that comes with removable and washable lining?

I am lucky enough to have been gifted a number of designer changing bags, but I have also invested myself in many others. I must make it clear I only rave about those ‘gifts’ I actually love. No offence, but i’m not a huge fan of anything floral, spotty or canvas. To me a changing bag must not scream ‘baby’. It should be stylish and chic, Β complimenting a look, not clashing with it. Practicality is also key, but I think that kinda goes without saying?

One favourite brand, as you know already, is Il Tutto, Β and their newly launched ‘Frankie’ has been highly anticipated. Trust me carrying an Il Tutto is like owning a Hermes where new-mums are concerned. It can cause serious bag envy. (Note as much as many love it, I always remove the leather teddy, just not my thing.) So you can imagine my delight when I received my very own Frankie a few weeks ago, ready for use with baby #2. I also got my hands on one in Tan that you will see I have subsequently given-away -Β I like to keep my readers happy. As you can imagine this lucky winner was extremely happy.

For me pictures speak a thousands words, so I don’t think I need to say any more really. Looks pretty good huh?

Happy shopping mammas.


Jess x






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