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Splurge vs Save: Diaper Bags for Every Budget

splurge vs save diaper bags for every budget

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I absolutely love to search out these products for the splurge vs save feature and this one for diaper bags is no different. I tend to have expensive taste (much to the chagrin of my husband), but I like to think I’m smart on what high end items I actually do purchase. As you can see, both the splurge and save diaper bags are beautiful to look at, so you won’t go wrong either way. The savings on this one come up to a whopping $2,298! Read on to see a few highlights of each bag

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Diaper Bags For Every Budget

Splurge: This striped Kate Spade tote is great at disguising a baby bag. It’s so chic no one will know what’s inside! It is made of nylon, so it will wipe down easily (you know you’ll love that feature) and has leather trim and handles.

Save: This DwellStudio for thermos striped tote is fairly inexpensive and has a similar look to the Kate Spade tote. It is made of laminated cotton canvas, but the trim and handles are less expensive leather-like material. splurge vs save: leather diaper bags

Splurge: The Eden diaper bag by BabyBeau is to die for! It’s waxed leather with beautifully detailed stitching. It also comes with a key holder, insulated bottle holders, changing mat and cosmetic bag. It’s luxurious, but with a somewhat luxurious price tag.

Save: This baby bag by Budu saves you $154 but is still very well crafted and thought out. Also made of high end leather it has all the bells and whistles of the standard diaper bag, plus it boasts a removable lining to transform it into a regular purse when you’re diapering needs are done!Splurge or steal? There's a diaper bag here for any budget!

Splurge: The Elizababy Dot diaper bag by Marc Jacobs is definitely the diaper bag for the trendsetting mom. It has the exterior Marc Jacobs name plate that is signature to the brand and is roomy and open on the inside. This bag comes in black and white dot or peach and black dot.

Save: This diaper bag by Ju-Ju-Be has a very similar appearance to the Marc Jacobs bag but saves a cool $108. And to top the Elizababy it can be worn as a messenger or backpack too! Also machine washable and has plenty of organizational pockets. Designer handbag vs Timi & Leslie

Splurge: This baby bag by Burberry is the epitome of splurge worthy style with it’s elegant design and calf leather construction. It also includes an adjustable shoulder strap and matching changing mat.

Save: The Charlie diaper bag by Timi & Leslie has a very similar aesthetic but at a whopping $1,458 less. Of course, at this price, it’s not made of calf leather. In fact, all Timi & Leslie bags are faux leather. The Charlie has a ton of pockets and several additional goodies included as well! splurge vs save: diaper bags by

Splurge: The gorgeous Elizabeth diaper bag by Storksak seems well worth it’s $475 price tag. It’s made of leather and has a insulted bottle holders, a changing mat, makeup bag and is large enough to store a laptop as well!

Save: This quilted bag by Nest also features a quilted body and similar shape. It is constructed of faux leather and has elasticized pockets and a coordinating changing mat.

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Jen Pollard

Monday 29th of June 2015

Nicely put together! I love that they don't have to stay diaper bags. I'd love to use the Budu bag as a work bag. And I hadn't heard of that brand, so thanks for posting!

Sam T

Monday 29th of June 2015

Thanks! I forgot how I came by the Budu bag, but I love their stuff too....but I already have two other diaper bags, so I probably don't need it ;)

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