Tiba+Marl release new Mini Elwood Backpacks for kids to match nappy bag backpacks for mum

When super-lux style and practical design meet you get Tiba + Marl, a range of baby changing bags – and now backpacks for kids – that that are catwalk cool and street smart.

Tiba + Marl was created in 2015 by two mums in London who saw a gap in the market for trendy parent changing bags. Bringing their previous lives as senior fashion accessory buyers and designers to the table has resulted a powerhouse offering of insightful street style.

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Modern graphic designs and high tech materials set Tiba + Marl apart with holdalls, clutches and backpacks that even guys would be happy to wear. We first brought you word of them late in 2015 before they even entered the market and Tiba + Marl has quickly become a favourite with celebrities and mere mortals in England and around the world. More recently Tiba + Marl have extended their range to include kids so your mini-me can get their very own bag to match.

The Spring Summer 2016 Collection has some on-trend new patterns ensuring the Mini Elwood is the hottest bag for fashion conscious youngsters to be toting around.

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The Mini Elwood Kids Backpack Sticker Print retails for £35 with its mum tattoos, cute doughnuts and smiley sunshines that come to life on a black background by London illustrator, Phiney Pet. The material is water resistant for easy cleaning, with zips for safe and secure storing of special belongings.

The Elwood backpack range has expanded for adults as well with a black quilted version (pictured at top) that oozes sports lux and another fiesty new pattern in the Geo Zig Zag.

Check out all the new season stock at Tiba + Marl’s online store or try their local stockists, including Tip You’re It in Canberra or My Handsome in Townsville.

Kate Thompson

Kate Thompson

Just back from maternity leave, Kate Thompson is resigned to a house overrun by boys (3 kids, dog and husband). Existing in a phase she affectionately coins ‘monotonous chaos’, this stay-at-home-mum revels in moonlighting as a writer and feeling like a grown up every once in a while. A background in teaching and psychology, she entered parenthood confident she was up for the challenge, but now eats humble pie on a daily basis.

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