I have the canvas version of this bag and used it when I had my second baby. And now, my sister is using it with her baby. But it is now available in nylon and let me tell you, Nylon cleans so much better than canvas (which can be washed but it gets wrinkly and can stain). The shoulder strap is patent trimmed, which helps with weight distribution when you load up the bag but also, it keeps the most handled part of the bag clean. Those outer pockets, I’m telling you those were invented by the Fairy Godmother to Mommies (otherwise known as Anya Hindmarch!). You will never need to go searching for little knicks and knacks and that full bottle of milk will never tip over and spill on your brand new python Bottega Veneta wallet (that’s right, I am a victim). This new version also has a top zip, which you probably won’t use daily but when traveling, it is a necessity. This is not meant as a diaper bag (as mine was) so it does not come with a changing pad but how easy is that? My favorite is the roll up yoga mat changing pad. Best part is, when you are done with diapers, this is still a super cute bag! Anya Hindmarch Nevis Tote at Saks Fifth Avenue for $365.