Looking for a baby bag that doesn't quite look like a baby bag? Blake Lively has got you covered.

By Caitlin St John
September 03, 2015
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If you're looking for a stylish baby bag that doesn't quite look like a baby bag, look no further. Blake Lively, actress, mama, and aspiring lifestyle maven, has a solution for you: A custom-made, premium Horween leather bag that is available on Lively's site. And the best part? The bag is named after her 8-month-old daughter, James.

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Lively collaborated up with Sandast, a Los Angeles-based brand, to create the handbag. And with a hefty price tag of $860, the James Bag probably doesn't fit the average mom's budget. But if you're planning to nudge your hubby for a lavish push present, it's a great option. Plus, it's stylish enough to use on date night or during your post-diaper bag days. (We love the cognac color and the just-distressed-enough look.)

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It's important to note that the details about the bag tout the "premium plaid" lining and "imported RiRi zipper from Switzerland" (is that a big deal?) but make no mention of whether or not an all-important changing pad is included, or if that premium plaid lining is waterproof. Maybe "baby bag"—as the James Bag is called—isn't synonymous with diaper bag.

Caitlin St John is an Editorial Assistant for Parents.com who splits her time between New York City and her hometown on Long Island. Follow her on Twitter: @CAITYstjohn


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