Pink Lining Penguin Love Messenger Bag Review

I am very excited to announce that we have been chosen out of hundreds of applicants to become a Pink Lining Ambassador.

I have been a fan of Pink Lining changing bags since my best friend owned one and I longed for my very own. I finally got my own when I had Sebby and it is still the bag that I get comments on whenever we go out with it. I went for a large rucksack style which has the ability to hold all the paraphernalia that comes with days out with the family. Hubby always jokes that I carry “everything but the kitchen sink”, but when you add in clothes for 3 children, waterproofs, a first aid kit, camera and snacks, that space soon fills up.

When I found out I could review a bag from the new range as part of my ambassador duties, I had every intention of picking one of their fabulous new range of bags for children as Sebastian and I are nearing the end of our changing bag journey, however, that was when I spotted the Mini Messenger Bag in Penguin Love.

The Mini Messenger bag is a compact and light bag, perfect for use with a toddler who doesn’t need as many nappy changes! It still contains a foldable pink changing mat and insulated detachable bottle holder which can easily be removed if desired. There is a large front zip pocket is to house all mummy essentials such as my mobile, keys, money and lip balm whilst the large zip pocket on the back is for the folded changing mat.

There is also a long adjustable strap which can either be worn across your body, over the shoulder or over the buggy handlebars.

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Also in the Penguin Love range is a laminated zip around style wallet perfect for day-to-day use. Inside is their trademark shocking pink lining with a zip coin section, three large rose pink metallic note pockets and ten rose pink metallic card pockets and also features a photo display section so you can keep photos of your little ones close at all times.


The Penguin Love Messenger Bag is really good quality and the laminated material is easy to clean. It retails at £40 and the matching wallet is £25, making it an inexpensive changing bag option, or you could remove the changing mat and the bottle holder and use it as a fashion bag instead.

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12 thoughts on “Pink Lining Penguin Love Messenger Bag Review”

  1. Wow I love it! I too have reached that stage of not need a ‘huge’ changing bag anymore but in the past week have been scouring the shops to find a suitable handbag (and failed). I still need everything to be organised and I still want something funky too. I had the Pink Lining Bloomin Gorgeous changing bag and loved it, it saw me very happily through two children and only came a cropper when I accidentally yanked it up when the handle was wedged under a chair leg 🙁 Congratulations on your new role, I’m sure you will do Pink Lining very proud!

  2. Congratulations on being their Ambassador! Great news. As for the bag – it’s super! I wish something like this was out when mine were in nappies. Plus the messenger bag is a great choice for you as you’ll be able to use it for fashion pretty soon!!


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