11 Must-Have Cannabis-Inspired Fashions

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Best Weed Fashions

As ganja becomes more mainstream, designers are pushing past stoner fads and tie-dyed stereotypes to present an influx of fashion-forward, cannabis-inspired, ready-to-wear items for the trendiest of tokers. Whether you’re on the hunt for holiday surprises or gifting yourself with a well-deserved treat, this curated list of weed-flavored fashion favorites is sure to excite.

 
 

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Alexander Wang

Casual and cool, Alexander Wang’s fall 2016 collection mixes tweed and metal-pierced leather with embroidered corduroys while paying homage to the marijuana leaf via intarsias delicately placed on little black lace dresses, mini bucket bags, and mohair coats and mini skirts.

 

Soothsayer

Pack your joint or spliff in style with this smart unisex tamper necklace made of solid brass with a hand stamped Soothsayer tag. Choose from a cylinder, square, or bullet-shaped tamper. A dapper keychain version is available as well.

 
 

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Gelareh Mizrahi

After graduating from Parsons School of Design at the New School, Gelareh Mizrahi set out to start her own line with luxurious yet mischievous vibes. Her Stoned collection boasts a matching python-skin clutch and pin set featuring a ganja leaf, smiley face, pizza slice, brain on drugs, pouty lips, bloodshot eyes, and french fries. A perfect choice for the playful and ultracool fashionista.

 
 

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Jacquie Aiche

As worn by the stars of MTV’s Mary + Jane, cannabis activist Bianca Barnhill, and Rihanna, Los Angeles designer Jacquie Aiche’s Sweet Leaf collection symbolizes “freedom, happiness and healing—all in a simple, beautiful form.” Handmade in the USA, these snakeskin leaf patch clutches, fanny packs, lighter cases, and mother denim shirts pair well with Aiche’s sweet leaf pavé diamond earrings, rings and necklaces.

 

High Society Collection

Portland-based designer Erin Rose Gardner creates luxe, Art Deco-inspired roach clip necklaces and earrings. Discreet, sleek, brass-plated in 24K gold, these chic smoking accoutrements are embellished with various gemstones and handcrafted with a hammer and anvil.

 

CannaSmack

Four-way stretch polyester and spandex HappyTokes Peach Leggings are made to order out of microfiber yarn and display a funky, festive, psychedelic fruit-and-cannabis cornucopia inspired by the hemp-infused lip balm of the same name.

 

Adriana Soto

Hand-drawn and hand-cut, Soto’s Aluminum Cannabis-leaf Hoop Earrings contain a stainless steel ear wire, hang three inches long by two inches wide, and are made with love in Houston, Texas. These stylish statement pieces are super lightweight and shimmer brilliantly in the light.

 

Olympia Le-Tan

A pair of ruby red lips, clutching a jazz cigarette and puffing plumes of rainbow smoke, adorns a wide array of Olympia Le-Tan’s stunning spring 2017 collection, which features separates, dresses, handbags, bold colors, sequins, and fun graphics.

 
 

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Sugarbaby

Puff, puff, pass the time in Sugarbaby’s comfy, nude mesh Barely Legal Bralette and Panty set with stretchy satin trimming and adjustable straps, featuring soft cannabis leaf patches over your private parts.

 
 

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Strathcona

Opaque, soft, and silky Mary Jane knee-high socks and leggings are one-size-fits-all and showcase an elegant version of the familiar cannabis flower motif. Worn by music divas Grimes, M.I.A., and Solange Knowles, these whimsical, pink botanical stockings pack a precious punch amongst tastemakers and rebels alike.

 
 

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Ovadia & Sons

Twin brothers Shimon and Ariel Ovadia were part of—and influenced by—New York City’s underground graffiti, hip-hop, rock, and street culture scenes during the ’80s and ’90s. Their spring 2017 collection is both modern and unique, featuring varsity jackets, work coats, and destroyed crewneck sweaters with an embroidered cannabis leaf patch.

Written on November 13, 2016 by

Zoe Wilder

Zoe Wilder is a writer based in Portland, Oregon, with a Bachelor of Arts in English Literature from the College of William & Mary and a Master of Social Work from Fordham University.