I’ve owned these pins for so bloody long now and it’s only now I’m actually writing about them! I sorted out my office yesterday and dug out so much stuff I had forgotten about or just put to one side for another time, these included. I had bought these in December last year to put on my coats and cardigans at work, but I just never got around to it as I wanted to write about them first. As many people will know, life gets in the way, especially at Christmas time!
SO I am FINALLY writing about these and after wearing the one at work today, I am so damn excited!
Lauren is the amazing designer behind Ayloulou Apparel and is in charge of creating cute and kawaii pieces, inspired by Sailor Moon, Disney, Pokemon, Nintendo and of course Studio Ghibli.
These pins are limited edition, or at least they were at the time so I made sure to pre order both Haku and No Face from Spirited Away. It’s my favourite Studio Ghibli film as well as one of my top 3 films.
When these arrived I was thrilled by what I was met with. I didn’t think the quality wouldn’t be good, but oh my they really did wow me!
They’re an amazing thick enamel and have two pins in the back which thick hard pink plastic pin holders. In the past I’ve collected and worn pins, which have nearly been lost due to dodgy backs. When wearing my No Face pin today at work, I felt like he wasn’t going to come undone and fall off of my cardigan.
Both Haku and No Face are of high quality, with the enamel on No Face being gold and Haku being silver. They also both have glitter on them with No Face having a pink glitter heart and Haku with his green mane being glittery too.
Since then Lauren has since released another Studio Ghibli inspired piece, this being Catbus! I’d love to pick him up next to wear on my yellow raincoat during the rainy spring and summer days to and from work, as well as on my weekends off.
At the time I paid £7.00 each for these pins and that was definitely worth the money! That was a special pre order price, as they’re not £8.00 each. I also received some matching stickers with my pins, which I’ve stuck into my 2018 journal.
You can still pick up No Face from her store here, but Haku doesn’t appear to be available anymore.
Again, I loved wearing my No Face pin today with my burgundy cardigan, but it’s my new Honey Punch rainbow cardigan (which you can read about here) that I cannot wait to pop Haku on and wear throughout the summer months!
If you’re after either of these pins, or maybe even Catbus or any other designs then check out all of Lauren’s links below!
I’m sorry if these seems like such a short post today, but I just wanted to do a quick post to share my love of these pins, as well as Ayloulou Apparel!
Do you love things like this? If so what pins do you own and who by? I’d love to see what pins you own.
Until next time, take care all and I hope you had an amazing weekend!
5 thoughts on “Ayloulou Apparel Studio Ghibli Enamel Pins”
I absolutely adore these pins & thanks to you sharing about them on Instagram when you bought them, I got my very own Haku pin from Ayloulou Apparel! I really love it!! As you said, these pins are fantastic quality and after reading your post, I so regret not getting myself the No Face pin too! >.<
They look great on you 🙂 I'm imagining the Catbus pin on a yellow raincoat now haha, and I think it would go so nicely… great idea! Wonderful post lovely – Sarah x
Awwww I’m so happy to hear that because of my post about them, it influenced you to get them too! 😀 I’m sure she still has the No Face pin available? 🙂
Aww the Catbus one would be so cute like that! 😀
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