Chic Perry Mackin Diaper Bags


Diaper bags have come a long way since I had my first daughter. No longer available in bland and drab colors, today's moms can feel confident while carrying a diaper bag that is functional as well as one that is stylish. I recently discovered such a brand with Perry Mackin, a company that incorporates design, practicality and affordability into a collection of high-quality and fashionable bags.


The core of the bag was created to make life on-the-go easier for you and your new baby. Designed with unique features like a removable shoulder strap, changing pad, bottle warmer, several pouches for storage in a water resistant nylon, the bags are equipped with tons of pockets for instant access to your baby's bottles, diapers, change of clothes, food or whatever you need for your little one.


In addition to the functionality, all of the diaper bags from Perry Mackin are extremely fashionable. From the Alexis Diaperbag in a rich shade of blue or the Harper Diaperbag in a red that any new mom will love carrying around with or without their baby. Perry Mackin also has bags for Dads with their Billy Diaperbag in cream and brown that offer the same stylish and functional features.


I tested out the gorgeous Zoey bag in Brown and I instantly loved the fashionable brown bag that didn't seem like a diaper bag at all but a functional and stylish accessory that comfortably fits all of the essentials for my baby. I love wearing it through when I'm out and about with my baby as it looks like a bag I would wear before I had children. I love the sophisticated look of the bag and the roomy interior that I often pack with items for both of my kids.

Although a diaper bag is an essential item for new parents, it doesn't have to be one that you dread carrying around. Choosing from the gorgeous collection of bags from Perry Mackin will allow you to meet your needs for both fashion and functionality.

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