Pretty patterns and pastel colours: Spring/Summer 2016 has landed

Babymel is welcoming in the spring 2016 season with a range of new bags and updates to their classic designs. Pretty patterns feature in a subtle, pastel colour palette, and the brand’s accessories line sees the introduction of the ‘change station’.


For parents who wish to carry changing items separately, don’t use a changing bag or need more space than their current changing bag provides, the new Change Station offers this versatility. The lightweight Change Station attaches to a stroller and includes plenty of storage pockets and a practical wipe clean finish. It is available in a choice of four patterns which co-ordinate with some of Babymel’s best-selling bags. A detachable mesh pouch is also included.


The Millie is a large design, new for spring/summer 2016. The ultimate organiser bag, with four outer and three inner pockets, and enough space for a weekend away, Millie is just as stylish as it is functional.

Like the Millie, Babymel’s Frankie bag is another practical design featuring plenty of pockets. With two outer insulated pockets to keep bottles warm or cool for up to four hours Frankie is ideal for parents of twins. Including two handy front pockets and two large interior elasticated pockets, and finished with attractive tan detail and heart and dot print wipe clean lining, the Frankie is as chic as it is practical.


There are also new additions to Babymel’s classic designs this season. The satchel is available in a choice of two statement patterns designed in-house by the London-based team; the wave and deco black. The Cara is also available in a wave print or dot pattern, the Big Slouchy in a dot print, and the Lily in a delicate fawn shade.

Staying true to this popular brand’s ethos ‘fun on the outside, organised on the inside’ Babymel’s spring/summer 2016 collection offers a signature selection of bold prints and thoughtful design features, perfect for the parent who expects their changing bags and accessories to be just as stylish as they are functional.