Tuesday, February 22, 2011

A Yoga with Style Review - The Allie Bag

As you can see from my previous post - I became addicted to yoga. Twitter has been such an amazing place to meet other like minded people including Jenn from Yoga with Style. After buying a new mat & beautiful bracelet I contacted her to tell her the results of the mat (after breaking it in with a weeks work of practice I fell in love with it!), she asked if I would like to review some products. Heck yes!

I picked the crimson Allie Bag... and boy, am I glad. Now keep in mind I sew and have a business of handmade items so I can be pretty detailed in what I look for in a rocking piece.

First..... What comes to yoga with me.... my new mat, my 2 kids and.......

what can I use to carry all of my baby & yoga essentials in? Enter... the Allie Bag....

One wallet, One diaper, One pack of travel wipes, One chapstick, One set of keys, One cell phone, One water bottle, One yoga mat & One hand towel later......now... how will it all stay inside?

With secure zippers for both the small pocket and larger one for your mat, you can be rest assured everything will stay put inside. The end has a great drawstring canvas strap that gives access to the mat.

Durable with a canvas lining, I can honestly say, this bag is very well constructed. Not only is it beautiful, but very durable.

Overall Rating: ***** (5 stars) I adore it!

inspired by: yummy yoga accessories
cheers, meg


  1. I am so glad you love AllieBags as much as we do!! And the fact its multi-functional for moms with wee yoginis is totally key. Out with the black nylon boring diaper carry all and in with a new hip hanafe bag that serves moms needs as well! Yay!! Many hugs love & light!!

  2. I bought an AllieBag at the Yoga Journal Conference in Jan and LOVE it! Mine actually ties on with adjustable straps on the outside of the bag and then has a big old bag for a change of clothes, etc. The product is really well made.

    Plus, its so cool that this young woman started the company, does the all the work to make it run. It's a pretty neat thing.