Pink Lining Changing Bags: A Review | Modern Mummy

Friday, 23 November 2012

Pink Lining Changing Bags: A Review

Oh Pink Lining! I do love you.

Daisy is the proud owner of one of their 'Little Lady' overnight bags (which we reviewed here) and this week it was my turn to be sent a pressie from the lovely Pink Lining team!

Have yourself a wee looky at my gorgeous new Apple Tree Queensdale Tote changing bag. Isn't it divine?  

When Daisy was small I was kind to Himself and opted for a plain black changing bag that he wouldn't be embarrassed to carry around. But I think he only actually took it out (without me) about twice and I was lumbered with the bloody horrible, boring thing. I'd see all my mama friends out with their gorgeous bags and promised myself that next time I would opt for the prettiest, girliest changing bag I could find.

Pink Lining changing bags are perfect for girlie girls. Famous for their signature Yummy Mummy design, they now have a huge range of shapes and patterns available and I am now the proud owner of a Queensdale Tote in the apple tree design.

The Queensdale Tote is the Ultimate Changing Bag and I absolutely LOVE it.

The first thing you notice is it's size. There's no denying it is huge! This bag is perfect for long days out or for mums of more than one. You can fit heaps in it. It has lots of super handy compartments for different things including two thermo-insulated bottle pockets (which keeps bottles warm for up to three hours), a mobile phone pocket, a zipped compartment for valuables and two large pockets which are perfect for nappies and wipes. There are also two easily accessible pockets on the outside and the main body of the bag has ample room for muslins, changes of clothes, and those mummy essentials like your purse, your sunglasses and a filofax (if you're old-school like me and still carry one around!).

These bags also come with a handy detachable mirror, a key/dummy fob on a long ribbon, a pen loop, a padded Pink Lining cupcake print changing mat and a zip-up wet bag (meant for putting old wet wipes and dirty clothes in but which holds a packet of wipes, a couple of nappies and some nappy sacks perfectly - so you can whip that out and take it to the baby change instead of taking the whole bag if you want to).The straps can be changed to hang/be clipped onto different buggy handles or carried on your shoulder and the bag's exterior is entirely waterproof and wipe clean.

Needless to say, I absolutely adore this bag and would recommend it to anyone who, like me, likes to be prepared and carry a lot of stuff round! The different designs available are feminine and beautiful and there is a colour scheme to compliment every buggy out there!

The Queensdale Tote retails at £79 and is available direct from the Pink Lining website here. Other styles start from £39.


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1 comment

  1. I had a smaller Pink Lining bag for small trips out when my two were still needing bottles etc. The kiddies are now at school and the bag is now my most used day to day to bag!


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