Review: Tiba + Marl Etta Changing Clutch

When it comes to my changing bag style I like to have options. I like to have an everyday all-rounder, a backpack and a smaller on the go bag. Tiba + Marl provide all 3 and more! This Etta clutch is a great small bag for busy mums on the go who want to remain stylish. It looks nothing like any baby changing bag that I’ve ever seen! yet it folds out into a large soft faux sherling changing mat with lot’s of pockets for everything.

This floral print is absolutely gorgeous and you can probably tell that it’s my favourite as I have it in the matching Elwood backpack. This grab clutch also comes in a super chic leopard print and a black colourway.

The smaller style is ideal for those quick trips out. You have the option to carry it with the wrist strap or hold it as an oversized clutch, I usually just pop it into the pram basket and then it’s there if I need it. It’s great for keeping all your baby changing stuff together if you want to put this clutch inside your regular handbag or into dads backpack. I got this for Christmas and i mainly use it if we are going to a party or out to eat at a resturant. Somewhere where i wouldn’t necessarily have room for a bigger bag and it doesn’t hurt that it looks so pretty and chic either.

As expected of Tiba + Marl it’s amazing quality and it has that luxe feel. It’s very durable strong material that’s wipe clean. The inner removable faux sherling mat (which is held in place by several magnets) is machine washable. The signature chunky zipper pulls, the Tiba + Marl branding and the fact that it comes with it’s own dustbag all add to the great high end feel and quality of this bag. It’s also very reasonably priced at £35. buy here


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