29 August 2013

A Little Obsessed With Bags

Now I know I'm probably not the first woman to have a bag fetish and definitely wont be the last. I love that you can buy different sizes, styles, colours to suit your mood and that every one has its own unique personality traits. 

For the moment though, I stick to mummy style bags. The changing bag styles which have loads of room for everything I need to take out for the whole family. 

I love checking out the web to find pretty looking bags and always bookmark websites for future credit card bashings. The one I have saved at the moment is Baby Lurve as they do a whole host of styles to suit every mummy and children too. All their products are inspired by the needs of parents.

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I know, I know, changing bags are supposed to be practical and not for style purposes but have you seen Pink Lining changing bags which are not only functional and practical but are also stylish and I'm sure any mummy, including me, has one of these beauties on their list of must haves. 
It doesn't even matter that my children are getting to the age where I wont need a changing bag any more, I would still happily use a Pink Lining bag as a regular shoulder bag as they are so pretty. 

For me though, it doesn't have to be bags from me that are stylish or whatever but even the bags I buy for the boys get my spending juices flowing. The ranges of cute backpacks out there for children is amazing and in my time, I have come across some beautiful designs and also cute styles too. 

With school just around the corner, I have been trying to find a nice backpack for Thomas to use for his first year at full time school and want one that not only has enough space to hold his reading books but is also nice for him to carry. I have been looking at the Skip Hop range of bags for children and have fallen in love with them.
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Photo from Baby Lurve

Their cute animal designs which have little poky-out ears on the sides would be loved by no doubt every child and I'm sure Thomas would love to wear it with pride. 
I love the fact that they have detachable reins so younger children can wear the backpack and mummy can walk behind knowing that their child is safe from running away. 

Just these little design features make my bag obsession grow a little bit more every day. 

What about you, do you obsessively buy bags or do you have another obsession?

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11 comments:

  1. I love the look of these bags :)
    http://www.joannavictoria.co.uk/

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  2. I like bags but given a choice I would always pick a shoes over bags :-)

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  3. Oooh I love bags, most of mine are like suitcases though because of all the stuff I have to carry in them!

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  4. I adore bags to - I have a fetish for juicy Couture - I have 14 lol!

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  5. Annie Costa @LaaMoii31 August 2013 at 10:14

    These bags are toats cute!

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  6. I have an obsession with bags! I have hundreds of them and can't bear to get rid of any

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  7. Any ideas for storage lol!? I don't like to squash them in boxes so I struggle to store my collection!

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  8. I love bags and so does my daughter :)

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  9. I think there must be something wrong with a woman if she doesn't love bags (or shoes) :) Love the little bee rucksack.x

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  10. I used to be a little obsessed with bags but not so much since I have had children

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  11. Now those are cute! I have to admit to being a little obsessed with bags. x

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