Diaper bags are no longer just pastels and bear prints. Today's diaper bags are hip, stylish and every bit as lovely as a regular handbag. In fact, it's likely that you can use your designer diaper bag as a purse once you're finished carting diapers and wipes around. You'll find designer diaper bags in all sorts of shapes and in myriad patterns and colors. Will your designer diaper bag match your shoes? Maybe you'd better buy one of each.
The patent leather Timi & Leslie CJ Satchel diaper bag has a hint of retro glam. Two chain straps on the shoulders are a stylish way to carry this bag, but if you need a little more security, a detachable cross-shoulder strap is also included. The bag interior has plenty of space for diapers and baby wardrobe changes, and elasticized pockets line the interior so you can organize your supplies. I love the included, matching wristlet clutch that holds mom's essentials. Stroller straps, a changing pad and an insulated bottle bag are also included with this diaper bag, so you're fully coordinated when you're on the go.
This distressed faux leather diaper bag from OiOi has en edgy look thanks to the contrasting metal studs that run down the sides. Two elasticized pockets on the exterior carry drinks or your other must-haves for easy access. A bottle tote, changing pad, stroller straps, and cross-shoulder strap are included. The top of this diaper bag opens really wide so you can see all the way to the bottom, even when it's loaded with baby supplies.
Kalencom's Madonna diaper bag brings a little glamour to the messenger bag style. You can find this diaper bag with zebra print or leopard print on the flap, with black or brown coordinating trim. The roomy interior has a few pockets to stash your changing supplies, and a zippered spot, too. The shoulder strap is adjustable for a custom fit, and stroller straps are attached to the bag, as well. I love the details on this diaper bag, such as the little tassel on the side. A matching bottle tote, changing pad and zipper pouch are also included.
You can choose from lots of bold patterns and colors in the Reese Li Lexington diaper bag. I love that the large size fits a laptop, so it can double as a business bag. There are twelve pockets inside the Lexington bag, so there's a spot to stash almost anything. The interior and exterior are wipe-clean so they stay looking nice no matter where you end up changing your baby. The shoulder straps convert quickly to stroller straps, and the diaper bag includes a matching changing pad and zipper pouch.
Petunia Pickle Bottom's Touring Tote is a more compact diaper bag shape but still offers plenty of room for your baby's changing gear. The exterior zipper pockets are nice for storing things you need to access quickly, and the interior has six pockets for organizing. The straps convert so you can hang this diaper bag on a stroller easily. The matching changing pad has its own zippered storage space on the back of the diaper bag. A plastic wipes case is also included.
If you're looking for an unusual silhouette for a diaper bag, check out the Violette diaper bag from Timi & Leslie. This rounded diaper bag is eye-catching and elegant in a croc-print synthetic leather. Elasticized pockets on the inside keep your supplies in order, and a matching wristlet carries mom's essentials separately. Stroller straps, bottle tote and changing pad are also included.
If you're serious about handbags, and you want a diaper bag that goes the distance in terms of luxury materials, details and style, Mia Bossi's Maria diaper bag might catch your eye. Italian Ruat leather trim, pretty metal detailing and a modern shape make this a lovely bag, but it's incredibly functional, too. Zip compartments for mom's essentials, along with pockets for diapers and bottles, and a separate wipes case will keep you organized. The bag is big enough to hold a laptop, and a briefcase/laptop liner is available separately (it zips in). You could easily transition this diaper bag to a business tote when you're done with diaper duty.
If structured bags are your style, the Amy Michelle Gladiola diaper bag may be a good choice for you. The boxy shape is softened by gorgeous materials. The faux patent exterior in eggplant or green are particularly pretty! Four pockets on the outside hold bottles and your must-haves, while several interior pouches keep diapers and other changing necessities in place. I like that this diaper bag is large enough to hold a laptop, but isn't so big that it's hard to stay organized. A changing pad and stroller straps are included.
A bowler's bag shape in soft faux leather gives the Lassig Shoulder Bag a classic handbag look. There are several zippered pockets in the roomy interior, including a specific pocket for wet items. Stroller straps, a changing pad and bottle holder are also included. The rolled faux leather straps are very comfortable to carry on your arm, and you can also carry the bag with the removable cross-shoulder strap.