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8 baby changing bags as practical as they are covetable

Proving you don’t have to sacrifice style when you have a baby, these changing bags are not to be missed...

A changing bag is one thing you’ll be taking everywhere with you for the next couple of years, so invest in something that is not only practical but that you also enjoy wearing! We’ve rounded up some of the most stylish buys from £49.99…

Tiba and Marl Elwood backpack

A cult buy among mums, the Tiba and Marl Elwood ticks all the boxes in terms of practicality, aesthetics and versatility. The leather backpack will go with everything, is easy to wear while pushing a pram, and is one that men won’t mind being seen in too.

Functionality wise, it has a large main pocket, a smaller section with an insulated pocket for a bottle, a slim front pocket, and a foldaway changing mat for nappy changes on the move. There is even a small zip up bag enclosed that you can use to stash your own bits and bobs, or to hold a spare outfit for baby. In short, they’ve thought of everything.

Tiba & Marl Elwood bag, £150, Selfridges

Jem + Bea Jemima tote

If you prefer a tote, you’ll love this design from Jem + Bea. The luxurious style has chic touches such as a leather vanity pouch and keyring holder, with no less than eight interior pockets to hold everything from your phone to a bottle. It’s one you can wear long after you need it for baby changing.

Jem + Bea Jemima tote bag, £228, John Lewis & Partners

PacaPod Hastings bag

This 3-in-1 bag already comes with a travel changing mat, quick access side bottle pockets and pods to keep everything organised inside, but you can adapt it to fit your needs by choosing your own custom accessories and extras. You’ll never lose anything again.

Hastings backpack, £89, PacaPod

Storksak Stevie Luxe changing bag

We’ve got a lot of love for this Storksak tote, which is equally functional and fashionable. Luxe metal hardware and leather trims earn the bag serious style points, while the interior features, including an insulated food and drink bag, an oversized changing mat and several concealed pockets for nappies, wipes and the like, mean it is well worth the investment.

Storksak Stevie Luxe changing bag, £120, Natural Baby Shower

Mamas & Papas Ocarro x Liberty London changing bag

Mamas & Papas and Liberty London have joined forces to create a changing bag featuring one of the iconic department store’s archive prints. A refreshing change from the plain black, grey and neutral bags we’re used to seeing, this floral tote has plenty of storage and features pockets for all the essentials, along with a co-ordinating changing mat and insulated bottle holder.

Ocarro x Liberty London changing bag, £119.20, Mamas & Papas

Babymel Robyn convertible backpack

Offering practicality and versatility in a pretty blush vegan leather finish, what’s not to love about the Babymel Robyn convertible backpack? It can be worn as a backpack, shoulder bag, cross body or handheld bag thanks to its convertible strap, so you’ll never get bored. Inside it has everything you’d expect; a padded changing mat, bottle holder and plenty of pockets.

Robyn convertible backpack, £65, Babymel

Katie Loxton Quick Change baby organiser

You can transform almost any bag into a changing bag with Katie Loxton’s clever Quick Change baby organiser. This small but spacious bag has lots of compartments labelled to store your baby wipes, nappies and changing mat.

Quick change baby organiser, £49.99, Katie Loxton

Skip Hop convertible Portobello backpack

Suitable to wear as either a backpack or crossbody bag, the versatility of this vegan leather Skip Hop changing bag is just one of its selling points. Add plenty of storage, cute tassel detailing and buggy clips so it can attach to your pushchair handle and it’s a no-brainer.

Skip Hop Portobello backpack, £89.10, John Lewis & Partners

Keeping Mum’s selection is editorial and independently chosen – we only feature items we love and approve of. We may collect a share of sales or other compensation from the links on this page.

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