A metallic AnnaBis pouch for cannabis. Image: Mark Leet/Mark Leet Photography via The Washington Post

The bags are lined with an odor-blocking resin used in food preparation and medical technology — to keep a lid on weed’s telltale aroma.

The idea came to the two friends because “we are fashionable women of means” who cared that all the stuff in their lives — the shoes, handbags, clothes, sunglasses — properly reflected who they are.

Their accessories spoke of their professional success and their grown-up sophistication.

And it had become incredibly aggravating to have to pull out little plastic baggies and dig around for a crumpled package of rolling paper every time they wanted to smoke a joint.

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Robin Givhan ~ Washington Post ~

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