New ‘Coco’ Loungefly Bags, Youth Apparel, and Apron at Walt Disney World

Shannen Ace

New ‘Coco’ Loungefly Bags, Youth Apparel, and Apron at Walt Disney World

Get ready for the Day of the Dead with new “Coco” merchandise available at Walt Disney World Resort. In EPCOT’s Mexico Pavilion, we found “Coco” youth apparel. In Magic Kingdom, we found “Coco” Loungefly bags and a “Coco” apron.

“Coco” Youth Cardigan – $49.99

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This white cardigan is lined with pink thread.

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On the left breast, above a pocket, is a sugar skull, a flower, stars, and a heart.

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On the back is the logo for “Coco.”

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Below the film’s name are crossed guitars and flowers.

“Coco” Youth Button-Up – $34.99

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The button-up is red with black buttons. It’s patterned with black sugar skulls.

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It has a collar and breast pocket.

“Coco” Youth Dress – $49.99

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This black dress has a belt and a zipper on the front. It’s patterned with images of sugar skulls and marigolds in white, orange, yellow, pink, and blue.

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The zipper pull is pink with a blue and orange flower.

“Coco” Loungefly Mini Backpack – $78

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This Loungefly mini backpack was in the Emporium at Magic Kingdom. It’s white with black detailing.

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Miguel’s skull face is on the front. The bag is patterned with flowers, including marigolds.

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The zippers are bronze.

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The interior lining is black with an all-over pattern of flowers and skeletal musicians.

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“Coco” Loungefly Purse – $75

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Over in Adventureland, we found this “Coco” purse in Plaza del Sol Caribe Bazaar.

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The purse is black with a white flap. The flap features a sugar skull and flowers.

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The black section is debossed with “Coco” imagery like Miguel’s face, music notes, flowers, and instruments.

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The black strap features large pleather marigolds.

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It has the same interior lining as the backpack.

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“Coco” Apron – $34.99

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We also found this apron in Plaza del Sol Caribe Bazaar. It’s black, with white pockets and straps.

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Miguel is pictured playing guitar on the pockets.

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The rest of the apron is covered in colorful images of Miguel, Dante, skeletons, and more.

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Día de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) is celebrated on November 1 and 2. It’s often associated with Halloween but is an entirely different holiday.

Some new “Coco” merchandise is also available at Disneyland Resort.

Will you be taking home any of this “Coco” merchandise? Let us know in the comments.

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Pixar's "Coco"

Pixar’s “Coco” is based on an idea by Lee Unkrich. Unkrich developed the story with Adrian Molina, Matthew Aldrich, and Jason Katz. Molina and Aldrich wrote the screenplay and Unkrich and Molina directed the film. It was produced by Darla K. Anderson.

“Coco” follows Miguel Rivera (Anthony Gonzalez), whose great-great-grandmother (Alanna Ubach) banned music from the family after her musician husband left. Obsessed with music, Miguel steals a guitar from the tomb of famed musician Ernesto de la Cruz (Benjamin Bratt) on the Day of the Dead — which accidentally lands him in the Land of the Dead, where he meets many of his deceased family members. He teams up with down-on-his-luck skeleton Héctor (Gael García Bernal) to find a way back home.

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