|I was SO excited when I opened the bag - it's gorgeous!|
So when we are faced with a newborn baby and the thought of lugging around an unsightly change bag it can send us into a cold sweat.
I was faced with this dilemma quite recently. I needed a new change bag for my little man so I took to Twitter. I wanted something practical but stylish. There were a lot of suggestions that came back but one that stood out completely from the rest.
I have to be totally honest, I'd never heard of Pacapod but one look at their website and I was totally in love.
I had fixed my sights on the gorgeous new Mirano bag but my budget was a little tight so I was going to go for the equally lovely Logan bag. So, can you imagine just how much I squealed when, out of the blue, the lovely people at Pacapod landed in my email inbox offering me a Mirano bag to review. I think my husband thought I'd won the lottery!
|The 'pods' - genious|
It's made from soft leather and natural fabrics in a stunning design that just oozes the 'Riviera chic' it claims to have. Also, it's very large without being cumbersome - boasting a 32 litre capacity - so plenty of room for all your supplies, as well as baby's. It was the perfect companion in hospital.
|Plenty of iPad room!|
The bag has straps and clips so it can be easily attached to your pram or buggy and the removable pods can also be attached separately. The main bag has plenty of room for all my bits and pieces and, more importantly, has ample of room for my new iPad.
Having now owned a Pacapod I will never use another change bag again. You wouldn't know it was a change bag and that's what I love about it.
The Mirano bag comes in two colours (chalk - as shown - and navy) and retails at £95. This may seem a little pricey to some, but, in my opinion it's totally worth it for something you will get a lot of use out of for years to come.
This is not a sponsored post.
Pacapod were kind enough to send me a Mirano bag to review but
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