The Lion King had many songs that we all loved but out of those songs also became an expression….An expression that I find myself using on a pretty regular basis. I had never really thought of it but instead of saying Hakuna Matata all the time, perhaps I could wear it on a piece of jewelry. I mean, it really has become an expression I say frequently and no one would be surprised to see me wearing, say, a Hakuna Matata ring!
I like this Hakuna Matata ring because it’s simple and smaller than some of the ones I am going to show you. It would be good for one of those days when I don’t want to be too elaborate.
This Hakuna Matata ring is more up my alley on a daily basis. I like something with a little extra detail and this one has just that. The little flowers on the top band and the split, curved detailing is awesome.
I like this one because it has the Simba symbol on it. It is quite wide and is definitely more of a unisex ring.
This Hakuna Matata ring is just fabulous! I love the scrolling detail and the fact that the words roll with the flow of the ring. It is larger and more on point with the cocktail rings I tend to wear.
I thought that maybe some of you aren’t into rings but bracelets would work. This one is also unisex and comes with the copper or aluminum finish. I prefer the copper, as seen above.
Do you always say Hakuna Matata? Do you even realize you are doing it?? Would you wear the above jewelry? Let me know what you think in the comment box below!
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