As Moms, we need to multitask like it’s our job—because, well, it usually is. And that means we need our clothes and accessories, particularly our bags, to work as hard as we do. That’s why we love JuJuBe products—they get the job done while looking great (a lot like us, right?). “Multifunctional products are so important to busy moms because it helps to have room for all of our things in one place,” says Nikkie Hancock, site curator of Kingwood Moms. Here’s what else we love:
They’re on Trend
JuJuBe products are updated seasonally with a variety of prints and patterns. They also have special collaborations. The latest addition is the brand new and adorable Harry Potter Series. The Harry Potter Flying Keys print is the first in the highly-anticipated JuJuBe | Harry Potter collaboration, which fans of the series, and more, will absolutely love.
Sometimes we go from making breakfast for our kids to making deals in the office–all before lunch. These chic totes, messenger bags and backpacks can do it all, from holding diapers to holding memos. Many of the prints and fabrics feel unisex, so they work for mom or dad equally well.
They Make Back to School Fun
The MiniBe style is a bestseller, for a reason. With fun prints, multifunctional features and a perfect roomy but not enormous size, your minis will love them as much as you do. Twinning opportunity, anyone? The new tokidoki collaboration is super cute—and, of course, the Harry Potter options! “We are using the JuJuBe Midnight Posy backpack as my Kindergartener’s backpack. It is light and comfortable—she can carry it by herself. Plenty of pockets for folders, water bottles and lunchbox,” says Nikkie.
The Materials are High-Tech
Think: Thinsulate pockets (perfect for snacks or bottles), sweat-wicking mesh for keeping backs cool and padded shoulder straps for comfort. Their bags are treated with Agion interiors that resist bacteria, mold and mildew and Telfon-treated exteriors that resist stains – these are great for anyone who is hard on bags, from toddlers to teens. Also, their new vegan leather in the Mini Backpack Ever Collection is not only gorgeous, but it’s eco-friendly. “The backpack that we are using has an interior that is made with antimicrobial technology which is great, now that germs we’re back to school and exposed to more germs. Plus it is machine washable!” says Nikkie.
They Go Beyond Backpacks
In addition to school and messenger bags and totes, they also have breast pump bags and the popular Fuel Cell lunch bags. The latter are also completely machine washable and hooks onto a stroller or diaper bag for clip-and-go convenience.
They Listen to their Fans
People who have their bags know that they last forever—and that the brand cares. If you email [email protected], expect to hear back—seriously! This brand is led by moms looking to get feedback from other moms. Just check out their well-known and extremely vocal JuJuBe community on their Facebook page!
Since we began our partnership with JuJuBe, we’ve heard from our moms across the country that they’ve had bags from this brand that they’ve had—and loved—for years. “I’ve loved my bag for many reasons, from its cute neutral pattern to its 6+ external pockets for everything ranging from goggles to keys to swim diapers. The bag has worn well and is perfect for busy moms!” says Melissa Post of Westport Moms.
If you’re interested in learning more about JuJuBe bags and other accessories, go to jujube.com and use code TLMN20 for 20% off your first order (expires 12/31/19). And don’t forget to join in on the fun and follow them on social.
This post is sponsored by JuJuBe.
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