Loungefly mini backpack have become the must-have fashion accessory for younger and more mature women alike. And my wife is no exception! She now owns three of the Disney/Pixar versions.
In this post we will feature the third addition to my wife’s Loungefly collection, namely, Toby, the lovable if not always obedient blood hound from Disney’s Sherlock Holmes homage from 1986.
This three-part series will feature each mini backpack in turn, starting with Dug from Pixar’s UP, then Eeyore from the Winnie the Pooh franchise, and lastly, Toby from The Great Mouse Detective.
So let’s begin Part Three with Toby:
Being a Sherlock Holmes fan, and that The Great Mouse Detective is one of my favorite Disney animated movies, I just had to have this bag… for my wife. I love that it has the other characters from the story, such a Olivia, here looking up adoringly at her new best friend.
The front of the bag also has a zippered pouch with a little magnifying glass motif. I also like that he has a license on his collar. Oh, and he has fluffy ears!
Ratigan and Fidget adorn one side of the bag while their arch nemesis Basil of Baker Street and his trusty sidekick Dawson adorn the other. The back is plain but is done in a nice complementary colour.
As always, the straps are adjustable. But for smaller women, it can be that even with the straps adjusted to the shortest length, the bag may sit too low on the back making it feel heavier as it pulls downward.
The inside of the main bag compartment is covered in little magnifying glasses. Because apparently all detectives, although brilliant, have bad eyesight.
These mini backpacks sell for about $65.00 – $90.00 US depending on the style and complexity of the design. Also, the licensed character can inflate the price based on its popularity.
I hope you’ve enjoyed this three-part look at my wife’s Loungefly Mini Backpack collection. Given her new found love of them along with my inability to stop spending money on Disney-related merchandise, I’m sure there will be a Part Four soon enough!