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Babymoov’s City Changing Bag

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Babymoov City Changing Bag

Having a toddler and a 7 month-old means I got a lot of stuff. It just comes with the territory. I try and leave the house very streamlined but inevitably my toddler hands me a toy or something else he’s picked up along the way and into the bag it goes. So in order to look pulled together, I often turn to a large nice bag. The City Changing Bag from Babymoov does not disappoint.

BabyMoov City Changing Bag

I love the sleek leather look and while I’ve been carrying it for a month now already, it really will be so perfect for fall and winter. Here I paired it with an all white look inspired by Kristin’s a few weeks ago of J. Crew white jeans, a J. Crew floral tank and red lipstick. I instantly felt a lot less like the crazed mama I am and much more chic. See you really can fool the world ladies.

Some of what makes the city changing bag so great is its versatility. Not only does it come with stroller straps for clipping on, it also  can go from handbag to crossbody seamlessly. I love that since I just never know when I’m going to have to throw a bag over the shoulder and bolt after Jake. This kid keeps me moving!

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I also love the accessories it comes with. Not only a great changing pad, but an insulated bag for feeding, a pacifier bag to keep things clean, and my absolute fave a cute matching laundry bag. For me the laundry bag is actually perfect to use as small clutch. It’s where I store my wallet, keys, lipstick and phone. Then I can just easily pull it out when I need it.

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That’s how I’m keeping it all together these days. How about you? What large bags/diaper bags are your favorites?

Disclosure: We were provided a sample for the purposes of this review.

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