Win one of this season's stylish changing bags

October 24, 2019

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Having a baby is going to change your life, but it doesn’t need to change your sense of style. We know there will be days when you’ll be more focussed on practicality than stepping out looking a million dollars, but a stylish changing bag will make all the difference. Choosing the right bag for you is something you can do months ahead of your baby’s birth – so come on, join us for a quick look at the best of the changing bags out there right now.

Storksak Noa Navy

The Noa gets our star prize this season. It’s compact, stylish and made in a wipe clean coated fabric. With a large zipped internal compartment and five additional pockets, plus a matching Mini Organiser, we think this is a must have for new mums this summer.

Noa Tote, £79 from


Jem & Bea Amber Grey White

This sleek Jem And Bea bag has it all. It looks just like a chic day bag, but hiding inside are multiple compartments, including a hidden phone pocket, making this the perfect, practical summer changing bag. You can even personalise the leather tag!

Amber Tote £230 from


Tumi Rock Pool Travel Tote

Now we know this isn’t a regular baby bag, but we love it and just know it will work well as a changing bag. Made of a lightweight canvas, with a waterproof, wipe-clean base, it’s printed with a design that wants to make you head straight to the beach. This bag is large enough to hold all your baby essentials and stylish enough to turn heads as you and baby stroll out into the sunshine.

Travel Tote, £365 from



PacaPod Mirano

The PacaPod Mirano changing bag is a classic. We call it the Mary Poppins of nappy bags – there’s just so much room!. And we think it’s the epitome of elegance! This bag offers a 3-in-1 organising system which includes a changer pod, feeder pod and changing mat. It’s perfect for the fashion-conscious mum and comfortable to carry around too.

Mirano Tote, £110 from


Dolce & Gabbana – Polka Dot

If it’s chic you’re after, look no further than this Dolce & Gabbana changing bag. With gorgeous polka dots and a small nod to Dolce & Gabbana on a small engraved plaque on the front, this bag is made of a practical wipe clean fabric, has a multitude of pockets and a detachable and adjustable strap. What’s not to love about it?

Polka Dot Tote, £775 from


Kerikit Thea Grey

New in this season is the Thea weekender. It will make the perfect travel companion for weekends visiting family and friends to show off new baby – or for that summer holiday coming up soon. With a double zip pocket that transforms into a trolley bag sleeve and designated washable pockets for dirty nappies and food, this versatile bag is for all those wanting to travel in style.

Thea Weekender, £295 from

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So ladies, come on - which one of these fab change bags will be hanging of your arm this year?



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Size Guide

To calculate the size of band that's right for you, you'll need to measure around your waist and bump across its largest point - usually at the tummy button.

Bump Size* S M L XL
80 - 100 cms
(32 - 40 inches)
100 - 120 cms
(40 - 48 inches)
120 - 140 cms
(48- 56 inches)
140+ cms
(56+ inches)

 *All bumps are different and grow at different times. You may find that you will need to go up a size as your pregnancy progresses