Especially if you’re a mom with a camera, or a mom with a laptop, or a mom who wants a stylish and very multi-purpose diaper bag, I think you’re going to want this. (Or a non-mom with a camera or laptop!)
Let me begin by saying this is not any sort of sponsored review. I bought this bag back with Epiphanie had it on sale for 50% off late this summer because I’d been in love with their bags for many months and I desperately needed a camera bag.
I’ve used it for a couple months now in so many different capacities, and I feel like I owe it to all of you to share what I LOVE.
Dare I say, of all the fancy, strictly “diaper” bags I’ve owned (and I do have a Petunia Pickle Bottom fetish), this is my most favorite of them all… and it’s technically a “camera” bag. Let me show you why it works, for me, as both.
It’s the Paris bag, and it’s quite large. I was going to take a picture of me holding it for you to get an idea, but I am on day 5 of the plague and I’m afraid a picture of me might be contagious. I’m just looking out for you here.
It’s not SO big that it’s impossible. I think it’s just bigger than you imagine it will be when you order a “camera” bag, but I love it because of that. It’s size works wonderfully for me, especially with all the organization going on inside. Check out what I mean:
Here it is in business mode. This is very similar to what it looked like when I travelled to L.A. last month. The stuff I fit inside of it, from top to bottom, left to right:
momAgenda Desktop Planner
iPad in Zagg keyboard case
(Imagine my camera, lens down, in that empty pocket in the middle. Not shown because, obviously, I’m using it.)
a manual breastpump (Yes! A breastpump in my camera bag!)
Now, here it is in mom mode:
diaper (I could easily fit 2-3 cloth diapers in it)
sippy cup (with a trusty lid, leak proof)
imagine my camera, lens down, in that middle pocket that’s empty
a covered Snack Trap
The back has a handy pocket for my phone:
It actually fits all the way in that pocket with plenty of room to spare, I just have it peeking out for a visual.
I think this turquoise color is sold out, and it appears to only be available in black and purple now. There are several other Epiphanie bags, though, of different sizes, styles and colors. I can’t speak for any others as I haven’t had a chance to stuff them full of my crapola.
I just happen to be infatuated with my Paris now, and thought I’d share.