This post is sponsored by Lily Jade, but all opinions are my own.
I get a lot of questions about diaper bags. Mainly because 1) I own 600 of them and 2) I’m somewhat knowledgable in the whole baby products realm. It’s cool though- I like answering questions.
While there are a lot of different styles of diaper bags and so many brands to choose from (some of which I’ll be talking about in a later blog post), today I just want to focus on one.
This is a diaper bag company that puts diaper bag and luxury in the same sentence. It’s like the Cadillac of diaper bags, y’all.
If you didn’t guess by the title of the blog post, it’s Lily Jade.
Lily Jade diaper bags are well made, durable, spacious, and allow you to be handsfree. They convert from a cross-body bag to a backpack in seconds meaning that you can hold your bag, push your stroller, and drink your Starbucks all at once (that’s what we call a mom-win).
In all seriousness though, I love my Lily Jade bag.
I have the Madeline in Brandy. It’s ultra functional and beautifully designed. It’s made from high quality materials and it’s been designed to last me longer than one baby. It’s also the most expensive diaper bag I own, but when you take into consideration the quality of product, what it’s made of, and how long it will last you it really is a worthwhile investment.
My one problem with this bag is minor: the straps sometimes slip when you wear it as a backpack. It’s not really a sling over one shoulder style backpack because the backpack straps are actually converted from the cross-body strap.
To convert your Lily Jade diaper bag into a backpack you unhook the crossbody strap first. You’ll then want to locate the loop/ring on the top of the backside of your bag. You’ll send the strap through that loop, then clip both ends of the strap to the loops at the bottom of the bag. You’ll also want to loosen or tighten the strap to your personal preference.
Again, because the backpack straps are converted and sent through the ring on the back of the bag, it can be a little annoying when they don’t stay the perfect length if you take them off.
Having said that, it’s still the nicest quality diaper bag I own and I’d highly recommend it to anyone looking for a durable, beautiful bag that doesn’t look like a diaper bag.
Lily Jade diaper bags are also very storage friendly. They include a tote that fits into the bag and can hold diapers, wipes, bottles, and more. The tote makes packing your bag even easier and allows for more organization and storage.
To put it to the test, I took this bag to Disneyland! I wanted to see if it could hold all the things we needed and would be comfortable and easy to use.
And it was! I had no complaints while in the park and found it easy to carry while pushing the stroller, eating churros, nursing in line (yep I did that!) and riding Jungle Cruise.
So overall, I’d absolutely recommend Lily Jade diaper bags to anyone who was looking for something new. They’ll definitely meet your standards, will provide you with a high quality experience, and are so beautiful- how can you say no?!
Also keep an eye out for a multi diaper bag review post coming soon! I’ll be talking about my favorite diaper bags, my least favorite diaper bags, and more!