Oogie Boogie Round Crossbody Bag by Loungefly Available at Disneyland

As Oogie Boogie sings when he first sees Santa in his lair, “Well, well, well, what have we here?” What we have here is the Oogie Boogie Round Crossbody Bag by Loungefly. We found this frightfully gorgeous bag in Port Royal Curios and Curiosities shop in Disneyland.

Oogie Boogie Round Crossbody Bag by Loungefly – $70.00

Oogie Boogie Bash loungefly bag side 1

Although this is the front of the bag, we suspect everyone will carry it backwards once they see the design on the reverse side. The round crossbody bag is made from black simulated leather with lime green and lavender swirling around in a circle with two bright purple and lime green dice on the lower right hand side.

Oogie Boogie Bash loungefly bag front with chain

The signature “Disney Parks” and “Loungefly” logo tag is at the top center in black with purple accents. Tucked inside the bag is a chunky neon lime green shoulder strap. The strap resembles a large, industrial metal chain, but in plastic. Purple faux leather piping trims both sides of the bag.

Oogie Boogie Bash loungefly bag back 1

Now for the fun part — the back of the bag. Front and center is the “meanest guy around,” Oogie Boogie himself. In shades of purple and highlighted by neon lime green, Oogie has four purple embroidered bats, two on either side, flying around him.

Oogie Boogie Bash loungefly bag side

Above Oogie is his Dangerous Wheel of Tricks in alternating green and blue geometric shapes arching over his head. He tosses two purple and green purple dice up, and they are suspended in midair. Neon green piping outlines the design.

Oogie Boogie Bash loungefly bag inside

The silver tone metal zipper goes from the middle of the bag to the other side. Inside, the bag is lined in purple fabric and decorated with various geometric shapes in green and white with purple dice.

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