The Baby Bag - Cream (pre-order)

Pre-orders open until the 31st February 2024. Delivery of Bags will be mid March 2024.

"Through my experience of raising two girls, I learnt that the best Baby Bags need to be durable but lightweight, roomy but compact, fashionable but timeless. Every part of this bag has been considered, tried and tested." Anna Vidovic, founder. 

More than a bag, this is your portable baby station, designed to carry all the essentials necessary to care for newborns when out and about.

Made from 100% Recycled Nylon, every single bag is taking fabric waste that would otherwise be polluting our oceans or sitting in landfills. More than eco-friendly, recycled nylon is strong, water-resistant and machine washable. 

Ethically sourced

Hypoallergenic Fabrics

Designed by our mum community

Pre-orders are now open and delivery will be mid March 2024.

  • Size: 40cm L x 11cm W x 30cm H

• Side straps that velcro directly onto a pram handlebar • Extra long shoulder straps with a 32cm drop • A long extendable cross-body strap for travel • Double zippers made in aged brass with ribbon pulls • A wristlet nappy wallet included with every bag • 100% recycled nylon lining in a custom stripe design • Two thermal bottle holders with elastic rim • One large internal compartment with a zipper close, plus three additional smaller compartments • External compartment with double zipper close for easy to reach essentials on the go

Made from 100% Recycled Nylon.

Like other fabrics, you'd need to pay special attention to a piece of stained nylon fabric for obvious reasons. Stains usually do not come out during regular washing but would rather require targeted cleaning. Here are some steps to remove stains from your nylon fabric.

How to Wash Nylon with Stains:

SEPARATE - Sort and separate stained nylon fabrics from other clothing articles as they would require special attention.
ACT FAST - It is always best to treat stains immediately they occur, especially oily stains, as they are yet to set in and so easier to remove. But, if you were indisposed or unaware of the stains, all hope is not lost as you can still tactically remove them.
STAIN REMOVER - Liberally apply an enzyme-based stain remover over the stains and allow them to sit for a bit. Do not attempt to use chlorine bleach to get rid of tough stains to avoid further damage to your fabric. Stains that have already been set into the fabric might require a bit of time for them to be displaced by the stain remover, so you should sort stained clothes and apply the stain remover before you are ready to begin washing.
WASH - If you're washing with a machine, simply add the pre-treated stained material to your wash load, pour in detergent, and continue your washing. To completely get rid of stains, you would need to use a heavy-duty commercial laundry detergent.

How to Wash Nylon by Machine:

SEPARATE - It is advisable to wash clothing items made with nylon material separately. This is because it doesn't require hot water like other materials. In fact, washing your nylon fabric with hot water is highly discouraged to prevent possible ruin and permanent damage.
TURN - After you're done with sorting, turn your bag inside out.
DETERGENT - Use liquid or powdered detergent to wash. Simply add the required amount to cool or warm water. For fabric with oil or other stains, use the heavy-duty variant of this detergent so as to easily get rid of stains. It is recommended to never use either chlorine bleach or its diluted form in a bid to remove stains as they are harmful to nylon fabric.
WASH - Hand-wash or wash in a washing machine at the gentle or regular cycle setting. Do not forget to add a fabric softener to help control static electricity.
DRY - Ideally, nylon should be drip-dried. Hang up and allow to dry from natural air. Nylon dries quickly, so be sure to check on it in 10 to 15 minutes.

Recycled nylon uses waste that would otherwise be polluting our oceans or sitting in landfills forever, and repurposes it into a sustainable and durable material. Manufacturing it also requiressignificantly fewer steps compared to the conventional process used for virgin nylon. This difference has a serious impact on the fight against climate change by reducing CO2 emissions and excessive water consumption.More than being eco-friendly, recycled nylon is strong, water-resistant and machine washable.

Embroidery
Please allow an additional 4-5 business days for all embroidery.

Australia
PHILE offers two domestic shipping options depending on when you wish to receive your
order. All orders are processed by PHILE within 48 hours under normal circumstances.
Standard delivery is complimentary for orders over AUD150 delivered within Australia.
Standard delivery – Up to 5 Business Days Express Delivery – 1-2 Business Days
*Delivery times are based on Metro area, allow for an extra 1–2 business days for regional areas and Western Australia.

Worldwide
Orders are sent via Australia Post with full accessible tracking. Include your mobile number during checkout to receive regular notifications via SMS. PHILE offers complimentary shipping for orders over AUD $150.
For other orders, international shipping is a flat-rate of $50, and available for countries worldwide. Orders are shipped with Australia Post, with zoning determining delivery estimates.
Zone 1 – New Zealand can take 3-5 days.
Zone 2 – Asia, Western Europe, North America and the Pacific can take between 3-10 days.
Zone 3 – Rest of the World can take up to 14 days.

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