My kids have loved Milkdot lunch bags since we first found them. And Milkdot’s brand new styles give us one more reason. Or, three.
Milkdot insulated lunch totes are the right size to shove in multiple bentos and a small water bottle or juice box, complete with a little net pouch on the side for a piece of fruit or a note from you (awwww). The handle makes them easy to carry around. and I really like that the bags are structured, but still soft so I can cram them into a backpack if need be.
I love the new striped collection of Stöh lunch bags of Stöh lunch bags, which are sophisticated enough for grade-schoolers outgrowing the cuter designs, but might look fresher, longer than the solids, especially if you opt for a lighter color. I also really like the collaboration with illustrator Matthew Langille, whose style you might recognize from Marc Jacobs projects.
As for us, I won’t be getting a new lunch tote from Milkdot myself, only because the cute lunchbox my daughter picked out last year is still going strong. And that’s saying something.
Milkdot Lunch Totes are available at their website, or in a boutique near you.