I received the mentioned item in this post in exchange for an honest review. As always all thoughts and opinions are 100% my own. This post contains affiliate links.
I’m always so excited to share my practical (yet stylish) finds with you ladies because as a busy mom of three, I know just how necessary they are. That’s why I’m so excited to tell you all about Logan & Lenora, the shop behind these beautiful, washable wet and dry bags!
I’ve had my Logan & Lenora wet and dry clutch for a few weeks now and have found so many great uses for it, especially now during the Summer heat. I took it with us recently on a trip to Disneyland it was so useful in storing bathing suits for the kids, it fit everything I needed for my younger two!
It was especially handy once the suits were soaking wet… I was able to put the wet clothes back into the wet pouch without worrying about everything else I was carrying getting wet too.
When we go for our walks to the park I use the clutch to store a diaper or two in along with some snacks and a few toys for Gio. I just throw it under the stroller and we’re off… I love that the small pouch is big enough to carry a few teething crackers along with my phone!
I’ve also used it for myself as a clutch during the few times I’m able to get out of the house sans a diaper bag. This clutch is so unbelievably cute for being such a practical mom must have item, I’m really looking forward to pairing it up with some of my other practical mom must haves for fall. Its been so hot here recently I’ve been craving the crisp air that comes with fall, along with all the fashionable goodies! 😉
So do I have you all drooling over these amazing bags yet? Because we are friends and because Logan & Lenora is so awesome I’ve got a giveaway happening right NOW on Instagram for a $25 shop credit to Logan & Lenora so make sure you head on over there now to enter to win one of these bad boys for yourself!
I received the mentioned item in this post in exchange for an honest review. As always all thoughts and opinions are 100% my own.
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