Awesome ‘Beauty and the Beast’ Stained Glass Castle Loungefly Backpack

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Disney fans love their Loungefly backpacks. The mini backpacks come in a huge variety of Disney themes, and are the perfect size to bring on a trip to the parks. Some of our favorite designs are from the Castle Series, which features unique designs of iconic Disney films and characters.

This particular Loungefly bag pays tribute to Beauty and the Beast with an incredible stained glass design.

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Beauty and the Beast Stained Glass Castle Loungefly Mini Backpack

The exterior side of the Loungefly backpack shows Beast’s Castle looming in the distance while Belle enjoys a good book in her original blue dress.

The other side of the Loungefly is just as rich on detail. The stained glass design continues with a scene of Belle and Beast’s dance at the conclusion of the film. This side of the bag is almost an exact match of the stained glass seen just inside Be Our Guest restaurant at Magic Kingdom, seen below.

Beauty and the Beast stained glass at Be Our Guest restaurant.
Beauty and the Beast stained glass at Be Our Guest restaurant.

Familiar characters such as Lumiere, Cogsworth, Mrs. Potts, and Chip can be spotted on the sides of the bag.

Let’s talk specifics. This Beauty and the Beast Loungefly backpack has the usual straps, pockets, and other features that people love about Loungefly.

Size: 9″ W x 10.5″ H x 4.5″ D

Material: Faux Leather with Applique, and Printed Details.

Straps: Two adjustable shoulder straps, one top carry handle.


Of course, there’s a bunch of Beauty and the Beast Loungefly designs. The different options feature different scenes from the movie, and are great alternatives. Below is a list of the top sellers.

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David is a Disney travel expert who created Notes from Neverland in 2018 after visiting Disney theme parks countless times. Previously, David spent way too much time writing about sports, and was featured in Sports Illustrated, MSN, Yahoo!, and in many other publications. Learn more or contact us.

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