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Nice/designer change bag but not a change bag ideas please

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BeebiesQueen Mon 28-Jan-13 17:42:53

I have this one here although a changing bag, I dont think it looks like one and I often use it when I dont have teh dc as I love it so much blush It also comes with a sholder strap.

jenny99 Mon 28-Jan-13 17:33:54

Tory burch has some gorgeous bags right now...have a look at the website. Selfridges has a great department if you are able to get there? Happy hunting smile

ChangingBags Mon 28-Jan-13 15:23:35

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firstbubba Sat 26-Jan-13 23:34:57

Wow £149 for PVC bag!

Umlauf Sat 26-Jan-13 17:48:50

Oversize Mulberry Alexa? That's what I've gone for.

Sleepwhenidie Sat 26-Jan-13 16:06:24

I have the smaller foldover one thanks to lovely DH, I love it and have had lots of friends coveting it. It is definitely fantastic quality and you wouldn't know it wasn't some kind of suede just looking at it. Re being plastic and price, I know what you mean, but it is still a beautiful bag and so far seems like it may be more resistant to spills/marks than a pale grey leather one would be, so as a baby bag its probably an advantage!

crazybutterflylady Fri 25-Jan-13 06:49:30

Thanks all smile

Duck I like that one a lot but sadly it seems too smart for my life at the moment...I am looking for something a bit more slouchy!

Luvfizz/bearhugs I want something specifically not a changing bag...I have the orla kiely one at the moment and just feel like an actual bag bag if that makes sense.

Sleep I was just looking at those on Nap...I feel very odd spending that much money on something that's not leather though. Is that weird?! I've not any experience of Stella McCartney stuff, am sure it's great quality but I have always equated leather with being a lot more lasting, it that makes sense. Do you have that bag?

Bearhugs43 Thu 24-Jan-13 20:31:47

I have an Orla keily change bag I bought from zalando with massive discount
It's this one
It doesn't specify on website but it has zip off bottom compartment and matching change mat inside. Instead of multiple pockets it has elasticated compartments around the main one great for wallets dummies etc.
It's really fab and I will use it as normal bag once dc older.
If you google for codes you can get further discount off sale price (£5 for signing up to newsletter etc)

Sleepwhenidie Thu 24-Jan-13 20:16:58

this not so little baby from Stella M?

daisydoodoo Thu 24-Jan-13 19:44:09

Why not just use a roomy bag you have already and use a travel set with foldable change mat and wipe section.
I often did that instead of using a baby bag especially the likes of pink lining with their yucky yummy mummy slogans.
There is a relatively new brand out called sugar jack who have nicer leather more handbag looking change bags.

luvfizz Thu 24-Jan-13 19:40:10

luvfizz Thu 24-Jan-13 19:39:46

This is exactly what you need. My boys are very close in age and this bag, which I still use was perfect, and is still fabulous (great for travelling). I used the stroller strap to wrap around my body. It's material is light which is ideal for carrying all the required 'stuff' for 2 little ones.

BTW - you can remove the teddy thing if you don't like it, but my boys loved to play with it when I was changing them!

Chopstheduck Thu 24-Jan-13 07:16:29

It won't go across the body, but mine is quite comfy on one shoulder.

Chopstheduck Thu 24-Jan-13 07:15:20

what about Michael Kors hamilton? Has two big separate compartments, so would be perfect for a change bag, plus various other pockets for organising stuff. linky

crazybutterflylady Thu 24-Jan-13 07:07:20

I'm pregnant with DC2, due any day. With DC1 I used a proper change bag and was getting excited at the prospect of using all my lovely leather bags again when I fell pregnant. I have a cupboard full of lovely bags (Chloe, Luella, Mulberry, Marc Jacobs to name a few) that over the years I bought with bonuses before I had anything better to do with them.

I've been having a browse to look for something I could use as a big change bag for both the kids...but I am so out of touch at the moment. The space the bag and shoe info used to live in my brain has been taken up by buggies, disney junior and baa baa black sheep.

Does anyone have any suggestions? Ideally I'd like one I can carry across the body as my buggy doesn't really have anywhere for a bag to live, but if its a shoulder bag that's beautiful then I could manage smile Needs to be on the big side!

Thanks in advance.

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