If you are like most moms these days, your camera is never far from your side. You never want to miss the chance for a photo opp. Too bad that camera is big and clunky. Too bad you already have 2 other bags with you and a couple of kids to carry as well. Too bad that normal camera bags are just as clunky as your camera and are completely un-stylish.
Epiphanie Bags began four years ago by a professional photographer who felt the same way. Bottom line? It is not ok to to throw your precious (and expensive) camera into your purse wrapped up in a scarf or a towel. Epiphanie solves the simple problem of not having a cute camera.
I’ve had my eye on the Lola for awhile now and I will say it far exceeded my expectations.
A little bit about the Lola:
- Room to accommodate your camera’s body + attached lens, 1-2 extra lenses, flash and battery pack.
- Plenty of room for your wallet and other personal accessories!
- The 2 exterior slide in pockets gives you easy access to your cell phone, business cards and other small items.
- Remove the dividers so you can double your bag as an everyday bag as well!
- Very lightweight at just 2.5lbs.
- Made of water-resistant, high-quality synthetic leather,
- Shoulder straps drop to 9.5″ and the detachable, padded cross-body strap drops to a max of 51″.
- The Lola is available in Red, Black, Mustard, Teal, Pink, Caramel, Kiwi, or Cobalt.
|I love the reusable bag your Epiphanie Bag comes in. It’s so roomy! I am going to repurpose it to store the winter gear I am putting away now.|
|At 5’6″, I find a lot of bags have short handles that are uncomfortable for me. These handles are the perfect length. They allow the bag to sit comfortably on my shoulder AND they stay up.|
|You can see the inside of the bag is very heavily padded. The velcro on the dividers is very heavy-duty. I like to keep the dividers in the bag, as they help to keep everything organized and put.|
Momma Lew received product for compensation of this post and to facilitate this review. All opinions expressed herein are my own and were not influenced in anyway.