iCandy Emilia Changing Bag

With the seasons changing it was time to switch up my changing bags from blacks to some more Spring/Summer shades. I have a couple of new bags and this is the latest added to my collection, The iCandy Emilia is the most stunning changing bag inspired by the beautiful actress Emilia Fox and exclusively designed for The Lullaby Trust with £10 from every ‘Emilia’ goes towards support for bereaved families and help to promote expert advise on safer baby sleep. 
The Emilia collection comes in a couple of finishes, matt and patent and as you can see I have the patent bag in the colour Royal it also comes in Ivory too. I really love the vibrant royal blue colour, perfect as we have little Vinny and just looks so stunning, my first impressions of the bag was “wow how swish is this!” The Inside of the bag is Ivory and there are Ivory matching accessories too; a changing matt and bottle bag. There are also many compartments within the bag and clear bags that you can pop in and out of the bag which are perfect for soiled clothes or food etc, I also love the front pouch which is the perfect size for putting your phone and keys in without losing them… I’m always losing my phone and keys!
In addition to all of the lovely compartments and pockets it also comes with a nice adjustable strap so you can easily pop it onto your pram/pushchair although I don’t often use that as I just like to hold it with the gorgeous double straps they are super sturdy and I love the chunky rose gold hardware also it really adds that extra style and dimension to the bag. 
Overall I’m in love with my Emila bag and I can’t wait to use her this Spring/Summer! 
Do you like to change your bag up for the Summer, I always do this!? 

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