Hi everyone, as you may know in March I go back to work which means Vinny will be going to nursery one day a week and I need a bag that’s appropriate for both myself and Vinnys needs. I don’t really want to be between bags all the time so BabyBeau have come up with a beautiful changing bag that will not only hold Vinnys essentials but also it will turn into my work bag too. Let me explain the beauty of the Coco Taupe Changing Bag.
First of all can we just take a moment to look at how gorgeous this bag is, it’s made from luxurious soft grain leather and elegantly finished with gold hard wear. It is so soft and really makes you feel special, if your a handbag person like my self and a mummy it’s definitely a must have. Coco is a versatile bag which can be used as a fold over slouch bag or a larger tote style. Inside there is a removable Baby beau organiser which is a separate bag in itself with numerous pockets and extras and the ability to add another strap so it can be worn as a handbag. The fact that the organiser is removable is genius, for mums on the go you can take baby to nursery or to whomever is looking after little one, take out the organiser out with all of babies essentials pass on to the carer and carry on with your day using your Coco as a handbag.
The striped cream and brown theme inside is gorgeous and I love that it is neutral so you can use this bag whether you have a boy or girl, it’s so chic. The theme continues on the luxury changing mat and insulated bottle holder, both leatherette and simply stunning. Another fab item that is included is a leather key holder, this is detachable and an essential if your like me and always lose your keys it can also be used for smaller items such as dummies and hair clips.
Overall I’m in love with my new super stylish changing bag and if your a fashion conscious mum on the go then I’d highly recommend it. Check out my video below to see more of how it works and a little more detail into the features and aspects of this bag.
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