Grab yer broomstick! Studio Ghibli releases Kiki’s Delivery Service dresses

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By now, we can all agree that 2020 has been, and continues to be, an absolute shitter of a year. Thankfully, Studio Ghibli has dropped a pair of official Kiki’s Delivery Service dresses to fulfil all your escapist fantasies. All you need now is a broomstick and a talking cat to escape this cruel world.

The dress comes in a dark blue colour, like the one Kiki wears while riding her broomstick, and a beige tone, similar to the outfit worn by Kiki (under a peach-coloured apron) when she’s out in nature. 

The release is a part of the studio’s new clothing and accessories store, GBL, which describes itself as an “American casual” brand. Last month, Ghibli dropped a collection of Kiki’s Delivery Service and My Neighbour Totoro-themed Hawaiian shirts, as well as four skateboards, featuring designs inspired by Castle in the Sky’s Robot Warrior, My Neighbor Totoro’s Catbus, and Spirited Away’s No Face.

More positive news: the animation studio’s theme park is still set to open its gates in 2022 as originally planned, despite delays to construction due to coronavirus. Need a place to stay? The Princess Mononoke-themed campsite, of course. 

By now, we can all agree that 2020 has been, and continues to be, an absolute shitter of a year. Thankfully, Studio Ghibli has dropped a pair of official Kiki’s Delivery Service dresses to fulfil all your escapist fantasies. All you need now is a broomstick and a talking cat to escape this cruel world.

The dress comes in a dark blue colour, like the one Kiki wears while riding her broomstick, and a beige tone, similar to the outfit worn by Kiki (under a peach-coloured apron) when she’s out in nature. 

The release is a part of the studio’s new clothing and accessories store, GBL, which describes itself as an “American casual” brand. Last month, Ghibli dropped a collection of Kiki’s Delivery Service and My Neighbour Totoro-themed Hawaiian shirts, as well as four skateboards, featuring designs inspired by Castle in the Sky’s Robot Warrior, My Neighbor Totoro’s Catbus, and Spirited Away’s No Face.

More positive news: the animation studio’s theme park is still set to open its gates in 2022 as originally planned, despite delays to construction due to coronavirus. Need a place to stay? The Princess Mononoke-themed campsite, of course. 

Check out the dresses here.

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