When I shop for a new handbag I like to have something different, something that I won’t see every second person carrying. I also like something that has been well thought out and it must feel luxuriously soft to touch. I am so excited to introduce you to the gorgeous range of baby nappy bags by Carmelina. So why am I so excited? This nappy bag range epitomises everything that I think a nappy bag should be and most importantly the designs are original. Carmelina is an Australian designed diaper bag range created by mother of two, Carmel Margaritis. Carmel developed her range of changing bags when her first child was born. She was inspired to create a stylish, functional and fashionable product- I think the future looks very exciting for this brand. What do you think?
So what features are included in the stunning Carmelina Jezebel nappy bag?
- Detachable PU leather studded clutch
- Quick drop key pocket with security chain
- Two insulated pockets for bottles/drinks
- Three small pockets for baby needs
- Two large pockets for nappies/wipes/food
- Zipped large pocket to store change mat or iPad
- Water proof lining for easy cleaning
- Press stud decorative belt for easy access dummy holder
- Zipped waterproof wet bag
- Two pram hooks
- Change mat
- Baby Travel Blanket
The size of the Carmelina Jezebel is generous and aids in the functionality of the design. H: 30cm W: 39cm D: 13cm
The gorgeous Carmelina Scarlet nappy bag also embodies many, many features to make life for mums a little easier.
This range is manufactured using premium materials and I feel the price tag is very reasonable and affordable. The Carmelina Jezebel retails for $229 and $289 will secure you a beautiful Carmelina Scarlet diaper bag. If you’d like to find out more about this exciting new range of nappy bags please visit the full range in the Totsntales store. Perhaps something to add to your Mother’s Day gift wish list?
On another note, lest we forget on Anzac day. Please take a moment to pause today, to remember those who gave their lives and those that are in service today or have been in the past. I admire you all and I am ever so grateful for what you have given and continue to give.
They went with songs to the battle, they were young.
Straight of limb, true of eyes, steady and aglow.
They were staunch to the end against odds uncounted,
They fell with their faces to the foe.
They shall grow not old, as we that are left grow old:
Age shall not weary them, nor the years condemn.
At the going down of the sun and in the morning,
We will remember them.