First Look: Petunia Handbag Collection & Sons of Trade Lifestyle Collection


Petunia Pickle Bottom, makers of the chic, fashionable, functional line of gorgeous diaper bags, has announced a sneak peek at their upcoming handbag collection: Petunia. I am a huge fan of their diaper bags, having used many styles, and I can’t wait to see the launched handbag line.

Look at those gorgeous details. I can’t wait to see these in person. The collection is styled with a vision merging true bohemian flair, striking patterns, and rich details, to create a luxurious handbag. The line is rumored to launch in June, so stay tuned….

Sons of Trade is the new lifestyle collection launching on May 1st by Petunia Pickle Bottom showcasing their line of rugged, stylish bags for men and women. Their durable, large, canvas bags give off a simple, yet journeyed and sophisticated look that appeals to everyone.

These bags are totally something my outdoorsy husband could rock as a changing bag for our son, or even as a bag for his camera and field notes for a day out on the town. I am interested to see where they take this collection. Luckily, we only have a few more weeks to wait!

In the meantime, you can find Petunia Pickle Bottom bags online and at your nearest retailer.


Brandi has recently traded the busy working, pumping, commuting-mom life in the D.C. suburbs for a slower pace of life as a stay-at-home mom and wife in Jacksonville, Florida. She is knee-deep in diaper bags and baby gear as the founder of her website Little Brim Baby, a contributor for BuyModernBaby.com, and as a brand ambassador for Boba. A map-lover by degree and profession, you can often find Brandi road-tripping her new surroundings, exploring with her toddler son, and picking up her husband from the swamp after paddling trips in his beloved canoe. Brandi is a baby gear enthusiast and loves sharing her favorite products, reviews, tips, and fellow moms’ advice with her readers.


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