When you’re a new mom, a diaper bag pretty much becomes an extension of your body. It contains all of the essentials for both you and baby when you’re on-the-go, and you wouldn’t dare leave the house without it. But just because it’s meant to be functional doesn’t mean that it can’t be stylish too. Kalencom has been making fashion-forward diaper bags for more than thirty-five years, and this week, one Project Nursery reader will win a $200 gift card to Kalencom.
This New Orleans-based company is among the oldest diaper bag designers and manufacturers in the country, and they’re even credited with developing the first washable bag. And with the bottles, sippy cups, snacks and countless other mess-making things that we carry around on a daily basis in the name of keeping baby happy, a washable diaper bag is a must-have!
There are few things that are more important than ease of use and convenience when it comes to diaper bags, and Kalencom makes these two things a priority in all of their designs. But in order to qualify as the perfect diaper bag, it must also appeal to mom’s sense of style, and the company makes sure that above all else, you’ll feel good when you’re carrying one of their designs.
As trends in color, fashion and design come and go, Kalencom changes right along with them, and today they offer more than 300 styles of diaper bags—check out the Sidekick Diaper Bag, Nola Tote and Diaper Clutch, just to name a few. The word “reinvention” perfectly describes this ever-evolving company that offers designs that are just as fresh now as they were in the beginning.
I’d love to know—which one of these drool-worthy bags do you have your eye on?
WIN IT! One Project Nursery reader will win a $200 gift card to Kalencom.
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Sunday 31st of August 2014
I've got my eye on the lovely Nola Tote - Black/Safari Cheetah