When looking into getting a changing bag I found that their are so many lovely brands around that come in loads of different designs.
The brand that stood out for me was Pink Lining and their adorable range
of designs and ranges.
If you would like to read about how Pink Lining came about then head here for a quick read.
I was recently sent a Mama et Bebe Messenger changing bag in the wise owl design.
I love this design as its very neutral on the outside and not too girly like many of the other designs from the different ranges are.
The Mama et Bebe french inspired slogan and old fashioned pram patch gives the
Mama et Bebe bag an air of sophistication and elegance.
The bag is designed in a messenger style with a zip rather than a flap opening
so that is compact and easily accessible to meet the demands of busy mothers.
The bag is one of Pink Linings signature range and a firm favorite.
Inside the bag you have the following :
- 2 elasticated pockets for nappies
- Key/soother fob attached to an elasticated ribbon
- Signature shocking pink water resistant lining
- A slip pocket that is ideal for your phone or Ipod
- 2 thermo- insulated integrated bottle holders
- A detachable mirror
The bag also comes with padded changing mat and wet zip bag
On the outside of the bag you have:
- 2 zips for easy opening and closing
- Detachable and adjustable shoulder strap
- 2 external front pockets that fasten with poppers
The fact that it has two zips is great my usual non mummy handbag is a nightmare from time to time to open so this is a mummy friendly feature.
I love that it comes with detachable straps so that I can use it over my shoulder
or have it on the handles of my travel system.
The two external front pockets are ideal for other bits and bobs that I may need to take with me when out and about.
As you can see its a fab range with many great features which is
why I can see that it is a popular choice with mum's and mum to be's.
Pink Lining bags retail at £79 and can be brought here
What do you think of the wise owl design? are you a fan of Pink Lining?