Sabrina Soto has been busy. We last caught up with her when she was introducing her baby line at Target, and now she’s partnered up with Diaper Dude to create a diaper bag that any stylish mom would be proud to carry. We got a chance to take a closer look at one of these bags, and we’re excited to tell you more about it and the collection as a whole. We’ve also got the scoop on how you can win one of your own.
By now you know, we appreciate a diaper bag that doesn’t scream baby when you are wearing it, and really, these bags? There is no way you would guess they are diaper bags, and in fact, this bag can be used long after diaper days are over.
The bag comes with an organizational cube and a diaper changing pad, so you can quickly grab the essentials in those times of need.
There are two available styles—the two-way tote (above, available in taupe) and the shoulder bag (below, available in black and cognac).
Both bag styles are roomy with interior pockets for stashing baby’s gear, including an elasticized bottle holder. You’ll also love the outside zip pocket to keep your essentials (think phone, wallet, keys) easily accessible.
If you love a ton of organization, you can opt to add the Bag Organizer (sold separately) to make all your pocket dreams come true. Plus, the insert allows you to drop a bunch of baby gear at a moment’s notice if you want your bag to go from day to date night.
One thing I LOVE that sadly many bags overlook? The metal feet on the bottom. I have a serious problem with placing any sort of purse on the ground. Yes, maybe I’m a little germ phobic, but I really appreciate that I can set this bag down on its little metal feet and not worry about my whole bag sitting on some public surface. And believe me, you end up having to set your diaper bag down a lot.
WIN IT! One lucky Project Nursery reader will win a Sabrina Soto Diaper Bag.
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Project Nursery received a sample for review.