Wednesday, 29 June 2016

Review: Pink Lining Mini Yummy Mummy Bag

I must apologise but this is a rather late post. Back in March for Mother's Day i treated myself to a brand new Pink Lining Mini Yummy Mummy changing bag. So I thought it was about time I shared with you what I love about this bag.
So if you are pretty well versed in Pink Lining changing bags then you will know that they have a great collection of bags and amazing designs. Before Joey was born I bought a second hand Yummy mummy changing bag, they are so popular and I've really enjoyed using it. But after Joey turned one I found that i didnt need to pack as much into the bag and i wanted something smaller. I'd always wanted to get a mini yummy mummy bag as they're the perfect size for just nipping out.

Whats inside...
- fold up changing mat
- zip front pocket for keys, money and phone as well as a back pocket and dividing pouches inside. 
- adjustable shoulder strap that is long enough to fit over most pram/buggy handle bars (approximately 107cm at full length). 
- Internal Features: 2x small pouches, a fold up padded travel changing mat and a small zip pocket.
What I love about this bag is that its compact and really handy just for those essentials you need when you're not out for long. The two outer pockets are really useful, in the main front pocket I tend to keep my phone in as it is a zipped pocket. The section on the back is big enough for a pack of wipes and 2 nappies. The adjustable shoulder strap is fab because you can carry it in different ways. I've been lengthening the strap as much as i can so that it goes across the body. It fits nicely over the pram handles aswell. 

When I bought this Mini Yummy Mummy bag from the Pink Lining website they had  a 50% offer on at the time so only had a few designs to choose from. I went for Sam the Dalmatian print which I really love. This bag cost £22.50 (excluding delivery) RRP is £45. I must admit that even though I'm a huge fan of Pink Lining, I don't think I would have bought this bag if it wasn't for the discount, when you include delivery you're talking over £50. Don't get me wrong, the bag is lovely and I've been using it all the time. Pink Lining have some great discounts on end of season stuff so it's worth keeping an eye on the webiste.

Have you got a favourite Pink Lining changing bag? 


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