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taybert Wed 13-Apr-16 14:40:23

For the last few months I've been using a spotty Katy kidston bag which can be worn as a rucksack as my everyday handbag/changing bag. Now I've only got one in nappies and both are walking I'd like something a bit more stylish. In my head it's a casual but stylish shopper or tote style bag with long handles that I can put on my shoulder. Big enough to chuck a couple of nappies, wipes and a transformer in but not so huge that it's a pain and getting in the way. I'd prefer leather, but would consider another material as long as it isn't fake leather or heavily patterned.
I ordered a nylon radley tote in the sale but it was massive.
Budget £50-£100. Ideas would be welcome!

taybert Wed 13-Apr-16 14:40:58

Katy? Kath!

taybert Thu 14-Apr-16 07:48:58

Anyone have any recommendations?

Kirriemuir Thu 14-Apr-16 10:39:47

Le pillage or how ever it is spelt would may be work. Nylon and on budget.

jingscrivvens Thu 14-Apr-16 10:47:48

I like this tote bag from Hilary Johnson. In budget and my everyday bag, big enough to carry my stuff but not too big that I fill with useless crap!

JimmyGreavesMoustache Thu 14-Apr-16 10:51:47

I really like my le pliage - they come in three sizes so I'm sure one would suit.
it's got nowt in the way of compartments though, so I got a cheapo handbag organiser thing from ebay for less than a fiver to put inside.

taybert Thu 14-Apr-16 11:00:13

Oo, like the Hilary Johnson one, that's just the sort of thing I'm looking for. Thanks!

ontherightpath Thu 14-Apr-16 11:56:33

I have one from hobbs, its perfect. They do a slightly larger one than on the link below but its a bit more expensive. The one shown is still very spacious.

taybert Thu 14-Apr-16 17:28:43

Thanks, I'd pretty much decided one that navy Hobbs one but it's out of stock, boo. I do love the Hilary Johnson one but it's a lot of money to spend on something which will spend a lot of time on the floor of the local soft play. Hmmm. I might have to engineer a reason I deserve it anyway!

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