By Kim Grundy
With the arrival of her fourth child, son Finn Davey, you know that Tori Spelling has lots of baby gear to tote around which makes her the perfect person to dole out diaper bag advice. In fact, the busy mom of 5-year-old Liam, 4-year-old Stella and 10-month-old Hattie probably needs more than one bag! What are her top picks? Spelling recently shared her five favorite diaper bags.
“Even though this isn’t my first rodeo, so to speak, there are a few things I like to start fresh with when each of my little ones arrives. One of my favorites, of course, is a stylish diaper bag,” she writes. “Any practiced mom knows that baby bags take a lot of wear and tear, so a new one is always a welcome investment.”
Many of Spellings choices are not only stylish and practical, but also budget-friendly! Her favorite diaper bag is the Skip Hop Versa Diaper Bag ($70). “It’s super-stylish but also incredibly functional,” she says.
For bohemian mamas, Spellings loves the Larkspur Boho Diaper Bag in Orange Ikat ($99) from Pottery Barn Kids. “This linen printed bag is not only super stylish with its orange ikat print and braided handles, but also comes with a removable changing pad and tons of pockets for easy organizing,” Spellings explained.
She loves the cross-body design and chic nautical look of the Stockholm Diaper Bag/Messenger Bag ($79) from Ikabags Store on Etsy, as well as the Diaper Dude ($60) for new dads.“ I’m so lucky that Dean is such a helpful daddy – he definitely helps carry the load,” she said. “So with that in mind, I think all proud papas should be equipped to schlep the supplies, and the Diaper Dude is a (much-needed) masculine way for them to just that.”
For those fashionista moms, you will love MARC by Marc Jacobs Pretty Eliza-a-baby Bag in Parrot Green ($298, Neiman Marcus). “I just love the cheerful color!” she says.
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