Lokai’s Disney-Inspired Bracelets Support Make-A-Wish

Lokai’s bracelets have a unique feature representing balance. Their jewelry recognizes the highs and lows we all face day to day. To that end, their silicone-beaded bracelets each have two special beads. Water from Mt. Everest, the highest point on Earth, infuses one bead; mud from the Dead Sea, the lowest point on Earth, infuses another bead. All of Lokai’s designs incorporate these two significant beads, including their brand new Disney collection. These 12 new styles launched Monday morning, and they feature characters from Mickey Mouse to Jack Skellington from The Nightmare Before Christmas.

Jack Skellington on Lokai bracelet


The designs for Lokai’s Disney bracelets vary; some beads showcase full characters, while others include graphics or colors associated with the characters. The options are nice because you can go full-on fan with pieces like the Minnie Mouse or Jack Skellington bracelets. Or you can opt for something more subtle with the accessory—like with the below Beauty and the Beast bracelet covered in a print of red and yellow roses.

Belle themed Lokai bracelet


Besides ultra cute graphics, the bracelets give back, too. Lokai donates $1 from each bracelet sold from this line-up to the Make-A-Wish Foundation. They did the same with their Star Wars collection. The Foundation has pivoted during the COVID-19 pandemic to grant wishes in new ways. Every little bit helps. In a press release, Make-A-Wish America’s chief marketing officer Janell Holas said, “We are excited to build upon our partnership with Lokai through the Disney Collection to help grant the wishes of children battling critical illnesses today, tomorrow and into the future. We are grateful to work with Lokai in continuing to bring experiences of hope to our wish families and their communities as now, more than ever, hope is essential.”

Flip through the gallery below to view Lokai’s entire Disney collection.

You can purchase the bracelets for $22 each at www.lokai.com.

Featured Image: Lokai

Amy Ratcliffe is the Managing Editor for Nerdist and the author of The Jedi Mind, available for pre-order now. Follow her on  Twitter and Instagram.

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