Review: Storksak Elizabeth Changing Bag is in collaboration with Storksak.
I have a confession, I’m addicted to bags. I always have been. Shoes, I like but bags, I LOVE! So when I received the Storksak Elizabeth in January, it felt like Christmas all over again!
My very first changing bag, the one I bought when I was pregnant with Miss in 2012, was the Storksak Emily.
I had researched bags and, as a slightly naive new Mum, decided that style was the number 1 priority on what I was looking for in a changing bag. Thankfully, when the Emily arrived, as well as being super stylish, it was also super functional too! I still have that gorgeous bag to this day. It’s a little worn around the edges (my Dad ran over it, don’t ask) but it’s still in awesome condition.
Now I’m a mum of two, my Emily bag wasn’t quite big enough for the amount of thing I sometimes need to take on-the-go.
The Storksak Elizabeth however, well she’s (yes, she) is a little bit like a tardis on the inside but a chic and sleek bag on the outside – perfect!
When I first took the bag out of the wrapping, the first thing I noticed was the gorgeous smell of leather. Not wanting to delay, I removed the packaging and the second thing I loved was how super soft the leather felt.
The bag is made from lake-washed leather and finished with brass hardware and it’s so elegant and timeless – which is why it’s part of Storksak’s Classic collection.
When I was looking to invest in a changing bag, back in the day, I didn’t want to spend a fortune on a bag that would go out of fashion.
This beautiful bag is available in Black and Tan. I chose it in Tan as I loved the brightness of the leather. I also think Tan goes with all of my outfits too. Plus, Emily is in Black so it’s nice to have a change.
The bag comes with a zipped detachable accessories pouch (that you can move between handbags). Also an insulated bottle holder (keeps fluids warm or cool for up to four hours) and a padded changing mat.
It’s machine washable with a long, detachable shoulder strap, has leather handles and a pocket to the front and bag. I like to store my phone and keys in the front pocket so that I can grab them easily.
The interior is wipe-clean and includes several compartments to neatly store nappies, bottles, wipes etc.
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You can purchase your Storksak Elizabeth for $424.99 or check out the whole range of beautiful Storksak changing bags here.
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Disclosure: I was sent this beautiful Storksak Elizabeth changing bag to review. I am a Brand Ambassador for Storksak.