The outside of the bag is literally pure luxury, in terms of designer bags I own the Aryella in Cognac really reminds me of my Chloé Paddington...just bigger and meets the needs of both mummy and baby, or babies in my case!
The material is the softest Italian leather, so slouchy and just aesthetically beautiful.
The inside of the bag is fully functional weather you are commuting through rush-hour to your central London office, laptop & moleskine in tow, or if you are taking baby out for a picnic in the park with mummy friends.
The reason is simple. The innovative IRO (Internal Removable Organiser). This is a removable section containing pockets for bottles, nappies, dummies, steralising equipment, baby wipes & anything else you decide to take out with you with baby.
The bag then turns in to an overnight bag or a day to day bag, although you could continue to use the IRO for work of course, I personally would have the IRO for baby essentials then remove the IRO for when I am using the bag solo.
I am currently in the midst of packing my hospital bag and I have learnt from experience with my first baby that over packing for hospital is not an option.
I have decided to use the Aryella as mine and baby no. two's hospital bag.
Everything fits perfectly inside the bag and the best part is the detachable handles so you can actually wear the bag on your shoulder or across the body.
You can watch my full video review here which includes everything I am taking with me to hospital
Im beyond obsessed with the Aryella and can't vision myself using another bag for a while!
What changing bags do you recommend?
Rebecca, Leia's Mummy x
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