Weed has never been more fashion-forward than it is now. In addition to all the tacky tees with cheesy stoner slogans and pot-leaf-covered pants, there’s a growing amount of subtle, stylish articles of Mary Jane-friendly clothing that you’ll actually want to wear.

Even supermodels like Bella Hadid are adding weed to their closet if that’s any indication of how far weed fashion has come over the years.

On her Insta, there’s a recent photo of her sporting a high-end necklace with diamond and ruby-encrusted pot leaves.

Us regular folk can’t afford fancy jewels from Bulgari, but that doesn’t mean we have to settle for stereotypically cheap stoner apparel.

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Brittney Sanger ~ Herb.co

 

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