This my friends, is going to be short and sweet, but I am asked a lot about changing bags, so I thought I might point you in the direction of some - from something more affordable to a little splurge. I have also shown you black options in all bags - that's just my taste, all of them come in other colours so don't be thrown off if monochrome isn't your thing!
Also, a little tip if trying to find a change bag that's not officially a change bag, just measure the size of your change mat and make sure that it fits inside the dimensions of the bag - voila!
My favourite of all the change bags. They really are beautiful and if you have the money - £130 to be exact - I would definitely get one. Works for both mum and dad to carry, leaves you handsfree as is a backpack, comes with a change mat (which I have and is BRILLIANT) and is just generally lovely. Also, can get matching mini ones for your little one, which is just goals.
I've seen these all over facebook and storage wise I think they're great. I'm not 100% sold on the design but that's cause I'm incredibly fussy but I think for those mama's who want to be as organised as they can be (and we really need to be!) this is ideal. At £98 it's a little cheaper than some of the other options.
Not officially a baby bag but big enough and beautiful enough to be what you need. So long as the bag is waterproof it's great - if it has a lining inside even better! And if you're into the vegan llifestyle, these bags are vegan. With that comes a cost of £120, but they are beautiful and timeless so could be worth investing.
This is what I ended up doing, buying a £30 backpack off ASOS. It works. I've had to buy a little food pouch to carry along with me now JW is eating - but it fitted bottles, formula, my change bag, spare clothes in abundance and still didn't look too mumsy! The one I bought isn't on ASOS anymore but i found this one which is equally beautiful.
When searching for a baby bag I messaged her about purchasing one. The only thing stopping me was the cost at the time, but it's beautiful and is used by many as a baby bag! If i had the £65 10 months ago, I would of gone for this bag over my ASOS one!
The most expensive of them all, at a whopping £265. But it is beautiful, practical and sleek - like all the other bags above, it has that unisex vibe so those dad's don't feel too stupid carrying around the babies bag when they're out and about. If you wanna treat yourself, just do it. If you can.
So there you go! Hope that helps you a little.
Love Jess + Judah Wild x