Let’s face it: Lugging around a gigantic diaper bag covered with tiny smiling animals can sometimes make you long for the days of your sleek leather clutch. We feel you, mama! That’s why we went out and found six of the coolest diaper bags for moms who want something more for their money.
The problem with so many diaper bags is that they look like, you know, diaper bags. They do the job, sure, but some of us want our practical needs met with a little style. And nothing is less stylish than a diaper bag that looks like what it is.
Even if you can’t remember the last time you showered, you’ll still feel put together with these stylish and functional bags. And best of all, there’s an option here for every price point. So start shopping, mamas!
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The Anti-Diaper Bag
Hatch Collection Baby Tote ($298)
This classic tote checks all of the boxes for the sophisticated mama. Special features include three removal clutches and a matching changing mat. The flat base allows this bag to stand upright, and you can carry it over your shoulder or crossbody with a removable strap. Bonus: you can personalize with a monogrammed tassel.
The price on this sweet bag cannot be beat. Plus you can carry it as a hand-tote or comfy backpack. Water resistant material makes it easy to wipe down, and the design features plenty of deep pockets and an insulated bottle compartment.
If this vegan leather design is cool enough for natural mama Jessica Alba, it’s cool enough for us. Free of all toxic foams, this bag features a large insulated pocket for bottles, along with five interior pockets. A changing pad is included, as well as a zippered pocket for wipes and other essentials. We dare you to go for the glam champagne color.
Herschel Sprout Diaper Tote ($100)
This too-cool-for-drool design comes in an array of colors and patterns and features a changing mat, stroller attachment straps, and plenty of pockets. The mesh pockets are great for snacks, and the removable padded shoulder strap makes this one easy to carry.
Don’t let the cutesy name fool you. This bag gets major props for its sweet style and generous storage space. The backpack features adjustable straps and five interior pockets. Plus, you can whip out the zip-out changing station faster than you can say “Petunia Pickle Bottom.”
If you’re feeling indulgent, this Milly Minis bag is a luxurious gem. The interior and exterior pockets will keep baby swag organized and the changing pad with “Trouble Maker” printed on it will make you smile.
Do you like anything from our list of coolest diaper bags for moms who hate diaper bags? Did we miss something you think we should have included? Let us know in the comments!
Katie Nave is a freelance writer, producer, and mama living in Brooklyn, New York. Driven by her passion for storytelling, she is always seeking opportunities to elevate people who are working to better the world around them.
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