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'Beauty and the Beast' Photo credit: Disney Twitter

Limited Edition ‘Beauty and the Beast’ Pins Have Just Been Released For the Movie’s 30th Anniversary

If you’re a Disney Pin Trader who just can’t wait to buy some new Disney pins before the special Heroes vs Villains event in December, then fear not! In honor of the 30th anniversary of ‘Beauty and the Beast‘, Loungefly has released a unique four-piece set of ‘Beauty and the Beast’ pins. The characters shown on the pins are Lumiere, Cogsworth, Mrs. Potts, and Chip; according to the product description on the Loungefly website, these “enamel pins are approximately 1.5-inches tall, feature gold colored hardware, and the signature crown debossed pattern on the back.” You can buy the enamel pins here! The four-piece pin set is only $25 (a relatively cheap price when compared to some more expensive limited-edition Disney products), and would “make lovely additions to any Beauty and the Beast or Disney-inspired outfit or pin display,” according to the site.

Disney Beauty and the Beast Fixtures 4pc Enamel Pin Set Front View with Packaging-zoom

Credit: Loungefly

Disney Beauty and the Beast Fixtures 4pc Enamel Pin Set Front View without Packaging-zoom

Credit: Loungefly

 

Although the pins still have the usual silhouettes and color schemes that typically suit Belle’s fanciful friends, Loungefly has taken an abstract approach to the pins’ designs instead of making the four characters look exactly like they did in the original animated Disney movie. When used as a fun statement piece, like in the images below, these pins could definitely be fun ways to express your love of “adventure in the great wide somewhere”! Pins like these are also a great way to accessorize bags or backpacks.

Photo credit: Disney Princess Style Instagram

Photo credit: Disney Princess Style Instagram

Beauty and the Beast‘ has been getting lots of attention during its 30th anniversary, including a special Disney princess wedding dress collection, and these pins are another great addition to the celebration. What do you think of these exclusive ‘Beauty and the Beast’ pins? Do you like Disney pins that portray the sidekicks from Disney movies, particularly classic Disney princess movies like Belle‘s, or would you prefer pins that featured the heroines or protagonists themselves instead?

 

About Sharon

Sharon is from New England. She's a writer, animal lover, and, of course, a Disney Fanatic! Sharon's two main focuses in her work are Disney's correlations with pop culture and the significance of Disney princesses (which was the basis for her college thesis). When she's not writing about Disney, Sharon spends her time singing, dancing, and cavorting with woodland creatures.