Celeb favourite JJ Cole launches new baby changing bag collection

Celeb favourite JJ Cole launches new baby changing bag collection

Loved by the fashionista mum, JJ Cole’s new collection of baby changing bags cleverly combines style with practicality.

First launched in the USA and with celebrity fans including Jennifer Garner and Naomi Watts, the JJ Cole range is now a big hit in the UK. Cleverly combining fashion with practicality, this beautiful range of bags and accessories means every mum, or dad, can be out and about in style.

Fashionista mums will love the new changing bags for this season including the bestselling Mode (£49.99/ €61) available in two new fabrics, Prisma Pop (above) and Sky Crystal. Mode is an easy-clean laminated canvas shoulder bag with 12 pockets inside and out. In addition, the JJ Cole Mode bag comes with a co-ordinating changing mat and has handy wipe-clean exteriors.

Also new is the bang on-trend Metra (£54.99/ €67). This ‘messenger’ style bag from JJ Cole is perfect for both mums and dads and available in two colourways – Crimson Arbor and Blue Diamond, both featuring a stylish blue trim. It has easily accessible front pockets for a purse and mobile phone; a roomy interior with organiser pockets; buggy grips; an easy-wipe changing mat, and removable padded shoulder strap.

For a high fashion look JJ Cole have also launched the Satchel (£69.99/ €85) which fits the bill in a new muted colourway – Charcoal Infinity. The bags have four outer pockets, an insulated bottle pocket and elasticised inner pockets for organising all essentials. And as with all JJ Cole bags, it comes complete with a co-ordinating changing mat, buggy grips and an optional shoulder strap.

Check out the brand new JJ Cole website, packed with details on the entire product range, including images and videos showing the items in action.

 

Visit Tomy.co.uk/ENG/CATEGORY/JJCOLE

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