Storksak as seen on the hippest shoulders



Long gone are the days when a nappy bag was pink and frilly like Grandmother’s potpourri — thank god!  At the forefront of this trend is Storksak which has a wide selection of "shouldersaks", "mid-sizedsaks", "unisexsaks", "rucksaks", and petite "miasaks".

All bags are high-quality leather in a range of delicious colours, shapes and sizes. Not only do they look good, but they are also full of clever features that make the bag the ultimate accessory.

The Emily line, which has been photographed on the shoulders of the ultimate chic yummy mummy, Angelina Jolie, has just been released in a new color – Sand. The bag has adjustable shoulder straps with gold hardware and contrasted stitching. It also features the Storksak trademark thermo-insulated dual side pockets which keep fluids warm or cold for up to five hours as well as a padded change mat, detachable inner bag for wipes or make-up, mobile phone pocket and multiple inner pockets. Even Hollywood dads have been seen toting Storksaks. Photos of Brad carrying around a Jamie Black have cropped up into glossy mags. Other A-listers renowned for carrying Storksaks are Julia Roberts, Gwyneth Paltrow, Liv Tyler, Kate Winslet and Brooke Shields.

Check out our previous Storksak review, for more information about the range. Along with the Emily Sand (pictured above), other new Storksak bags that have just been released are the Elizabeth CrËme, Alex Khaki (pictured below) and Claire Black.

Check out Storksak for the full range, prices and stockists. My favourite Elizabeth CrËme holds most laptops and retails for $379.

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are offering Babyology readers a VIP 25% discount until the end of
June. Just use the code "BABYOLOGY" when purchasing online at www.storksak.com.au.

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