Arrington Tote Diaper Bag Review (JJ Cole)

Arrington Tote Diaper Bag
What It Is

Bring everything you need when out and about with baby in the Arrington Tote Diaper Bag. This stylish diaper bag has 12 pockets. There are two insulated side bottle pockets, a zippered exterior pocket, a quick-access side compartment with three extra pockets inside and a key clip, a second quick-access side compartment on the other side that holds the changing pad and an additional zippered pocket for soiled diapers, and a secure main zippered pouch with two mesh pockets and three elastic pockets. This diaper bag can be worn three ways: carried by the two carry handles as a tote, worn over the shoulder as a messenger bag with the padded shoulder strap, or carried on the stroller using the two included stroller grips. Plus, it has a flat bottom so that it stays upright when you set it down on a table or floor.

The Arrington is available in two styles: Onyx & Ivory, which you can see in TTPM's video review, and Black Aztec.

Why Is It Useful?
If you're the type of mom who likes to bring everything with her in the diaper bag, then you're going to like all of the pockets on the Arrington Tote Diaper Bag. Instead of just throwing everything into one main compartment, the 12 pockets on the Arrington allow moms to keep baby's things organized. There's a place for everything and everything's in its place. This diaper bag offers functionality but also fashion so that today's busy moms on the go can look cool carrying around the diaper bag, even if they decide to transition it to an everyday tote once their baby gets older.
Who It’s For
The Arrington Tote Diaper Bag is for use by moms and dads of babies and small children. Its classic style and functionality mean it could even turn into an everyday tote bag for a mom to use once her children are older.
What To Be Aware Of

The Onyx & Ivory version of the Arrington Tote Diaper Bag is available at Babies “R” Us, while the Black Aztec pattern is available at Buy Buy Baby.

  • Is It Useful?

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  • Assembly & Instructions

    None or Very Easy