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Cameo Clutch Marmalade Fondant Cake

An item of incomparable charm, wit and resource, the Cameo Clutch diaper bag easily moves from daytime to nighttime with a removable changing pad and a convertible wristlet-to-shoulder strap. Delicious in every pocket and detail, this irresistible confection is luxuriously appointed a decadent layering of printed laser-cut leathers.

Overview

Features

  • Well-designed interior of diaper bag has a spacious diapers/wipes pocket, 2 small accessories pockets for the essentials and a key clip
  • Fold-out, detachable, water-resistant changing pad
  • Matching removable coin purse
  • Cake monogrammed wipes case in coordinating color
  • Muslin dust cover that doubles as reusable bag
  • Metal feet on bottom to protect bag
  • Custom-stamped antique brass hardware
  • Versatile three ways to carry: On wrist with wristlet strap, on shoulder when wristlet strap converts to shoulder strap, in hand as a clutch when strap is removed completely

Details

  • Marmalade Fondant Cake textile features slate, espresso, marmalade and white printed leathers with sewn-on marmalade laser-cut leather patches, light grey leather strap and light grey water-resistant lining
  • 100% genuine leather exterior with water-resistant polyester lining
  • Care: Dry clean only. Spot clean liner with damp cloth

Dimensions

  • Cameo Clutch: 12” W x 8” H x 4.5” D
  • Changing Pad: 23" diameter circle


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Fantastic bag, small but functional! Review by KJ145

For a nursing mom, this is the perfect bag! Just big enough for diapers, wipes, nursing cover, and extra onsie. Even after I switched to formula, I was able to fit a 9oz bottle in the bag! Not to mention, it's gorgeous, and I used it even when I was pregnant, just because it was so darn pretty!

No one can ever tell it's a diaper bag, and when they see the fold out changing pad, they're amazed! Great bag!

(Posted on 3/20/13)