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What do you think of this bag?

(16 Posts)
oliveoil Tue 02-Aug-05 10:45:07

I want it

Toothache Tue 02-Aug-05 10:46:34

OO - Not my cup of tea!! And £95?! Is this as a substitute for another sprog?

compo Tue 02-Aug-05 10:46:45

looks too much like a school satchel for me!! and expensive!

emmatmg Tue 02-Aug-05 10:46:49

ooooooh, Love it too.

But I'm tight and would never pay that much for a bag.

oliveoil Tue 02-Aug-05 10:49:00

It has lots of pockets for yer bits and bobs. Saw it in Debenhams yesterday, and blocked the aisle with my double buggy whist 'trying it on'.

Toothy - am still extremely broody. It would fit nappies and bottles in.

<runs off>

compo Tue 02-Aug-05 10:49:47

no no no, you can't use an expensive bag like that for nappies and bottles!!!

Toothache Tue 02-Aug-05 10:50:00

You already have a double buggy.... so the bag would have to hold the baby too!

madmarchhare Tue 02-Aug-05 10:50:07

Very nice, I did just get a JC bag in the sale from Debenhams, should have been £85 and got it for £20 <gush>

oliveoil Tue 02-Aug-05 12:50:27

Had another look. It's crap. The leather looked all cheap and nasty.

That's £95 saved then!


nailpolish Tue 02-Aug-05 12:52:17

agree - the leather looks a bit orange

swedishmum Thu 04-Aug-05 01:02:42

You HAVE to have a nice bag for nappies and bottles. Why have some vile plastic or fabric job that doesn't make you feel great? I have 4 children and am proud to say I have never bought a baby bag or nappy changing bag. Prada shoulder job from Italy with no 3 (still in use 8 years later for work and days out) and no 4 had a pink Hermes which is still my favourite summer bag. Much admired in New York. Must say I often take a Monsoon sale buy out with me. Who on earth decided new mums had had a style bypass and needed a vile navy fabric job?

kama Thu 04-Aug-05 01:05:10

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kama Thu 04-Aug-05 01:05:44

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Littlestarsweeper Thu 04-Aug-05 01:16:19

£95 on a bag, what you thinking of?

hatstand Thu 04-Aug-05 11:32:11

I agree with Swedish mum. Nappy bags are better these days but I can remember seeing grown women carrying round bags with pictures of pink elephants. (and not all that long ago) what was that all about? I mean, if the baby is going to carry it then may be. But it's not is it?

northerner Thu 04-Aug-05 12:07:37

Ooh Olive I like it.

BTW I try handbags on too. Dh can't understand it.

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