Girl about Manchester || Me & my Storksak

Storksak Noa

Sebastian turned 16 months old this week (oh my) and for about 14 months I still hadn’t found the ‘right’ baby changing bag…you know ‘the one’. Something for me. Not for Daddy.

Before Sebastian was born we bought the bag that matched our pram – it was bulky and denim. Now don’t get me wrong it was a great bag and it did the trick for a while but it really wasn’t at all feminine and yeah i’d like to class myself as a ‘yummy mummy’ but I really didn’t want a neon pink bag with ‘yummy mummy‘ plastered all over it (not that there is anything wrong with those bags). With my beloved Mulberry ‘Del Ray’ back in it’s dust bag I needed to fill the void… I needed a luxurious leather changing bag that was practical, feminine and would look good draped over my arm…

So one day whilst sipping a beloved flat white and Instagram stalking other ‘yummy mummies’ I discovered STORKSAK…. and I found ‘the changing bag of dreams’…

…The Storksak Noa in Tan Leather!

Storksak NoaThe Storksak Noa is made from premium leather featuring a machine washable padded changing mat, a built in side insulated bottle compartment which keeps bottles upright and warm or cool for up to four hours, a detachable long shoulder strap with patented integrated stroller straps, a separate mini organiser bag with five outer pockets and one large internal zipped compartment.

Perfect for all my mum crap!

Storksak NoaStorksak NoaThe Storksak Noa range varies from from £79.00 – £189.00 so there is a bag for every budget. In the words of Carrie Bradshaw I LOVE LOVE LOVE this bag! I can see it changing into an everyday day bag in the near future….

If you want to know ‘what’s in my changing bag’click here to view a previous blog post.

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This post is in collaboration with Storksak and they kindly gifted me the ‘changing bag of dreams’ for this review.  As always comments and photos are my own.

Further information about Storksak can be found here.

Photos taken by Daddy around Manchester City Centre…{as always} 

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