Jem and Bea Farah review
Thursday, 2 February 2017 | Mummy and Little Me
This bag has featured in quite a few of my blog posts over the past year, it has been at the forefront of my mind for a long time and I knew that one day it would be mine. After saving up the day has finally come I now own this beautiful bag! There aren't any reviews about it online and there also aren't many pictures of it in use, I was unsure if it would live up to the hype I built up in my mind. I was also worried if it was going to be too small. I have now had the bag a couple of weeks and already I've had lot's of use out of it. My first impression of the bag is that it is absolutely gorgeous and it did live up to my high expectations and more!. This bag is perfect to use on short trips out with my toddler and it also makes the perfect companion for solo trips out. It looks very stylish and as it is made from high quality leather and feels very luxurious. The strap is adjustable and it can also be removed so you can use the bag as a clutch bag too. The bag is about the same dimensions as the Jem + Bea Baba pouch. It has 3 compartments and comes with a dust bag and a small travel changing mat.
Here is what I love about the Farah -
- The quality and workmanship is very high.
- It's stylish to use as a stand alone handbag.
- The strap is adjustable and removable.
- It comes with a changing mat which is machine washable.
- If you don't want to wear the bag you could also hang it from your pram with stroller straps.
- It comes with a dust bag to protect it when not in use.
- It's nice and light and very comfortable to wear.
Anything that I'm not so keen on? Not really I do absolutely love this bag and I'm very happy that I bought it. It can easily look bulky though so you just need to be careful not to over pack it. To see what I pack in mine please check out my video below.I hope that you found my review useful, if you are looking for more info or you wish to purchase one please click here. For more changing bag reviews please check out my blog. www.wiganmum.com