15 Accessories You Need If You’re A Weed-Loving Lady
From floral dab jars to pot leaf graphic tees, there are accessories to match the personality of every weed-loving lady out there.
If you’re a stoner chick like myself, you like to show off your love for cannabis through accessories. Though some women like to stay discreet about their use, lots of us prefer to be loud and proud. And if you’re one of the loud and proud, you need to discover the world of Etsy. Not only does Etsy have some of the cutest stoner chick gear around, but it’s also all handmade. From floral dab jars to pot leaf graphic tees, there are accessories to match every personality. Here are 15 accessories you need if you’re a weed-loving lady.
1. Kawaii stoner chick jar, $13
First of all, how could you not want this adorable jar to hold your dabs? Aside from holding your dabs, its two separated compartments can also keep wax, concentrates, and other oils. I don’t think I’ve ever seen a stash jar that looked so tasty.
2. Ninja turtle bong phone charm, $13.82
Although I confused this for a smokeable mini bong, the fact that it’s a cell phone charm is even better. Not to mention, it’s a Ninja Turtle, which is just as cool. This little fake bong may serve no real purpose. However, it’s too cute not to have.
3. Sugar skull pipe pouch, $24.50
Aside from being precious, this pipe pouch is perfect for those that prefer more discreet accessories. However, it’s still loud and colorful enough to show off to your friends. And there are even different prints available if sugar skulls don’t tickle your fancy.
4. Mary Jane graphic tee, $11.66
Of course, every stoner chick needs a graphic tee with a pot leaf on it. As a matter of fact, this top would be perfect to wear to a festival or other cannabis-friendly environments. It’s simple, yet comfortable, and the perfect way to show off your love for Mary J.
5. Real mermaids smoke seaweed tank, $13.97
6. Owl pipe, $55
7. Cannabis necklace, $17
In fact, this necklace contains real cannabis stems and seed. What better way to show off your love for weed than to wear it? Not to mention, each piece is uniquely made, and no two necklaces are the same.
8. Stoner stickers, $3.50
9. Pot leaf bra, $35.99
In one of my articles, I received a lot of questions about this bra. Specifically, where you can buy one and how much it is. Well, here you go! Etsy.com sells it for an affordable price. Equally important, it comes in many sizes, so you should have not trouble finding one that fits.
10. Weed stiletto nails, $19
Stiletto nails are trending right now. With that said, you’ll be more than stylish with these weed stiletto nails. And you’ll even save a trip to the salon by having these acrylics sent to your door. Moreover, the polish is vegan-friendly.
11. When I say hiking shelf sign, $17.95
12. Cannabis Nike Roshe shoes, $180
So, my birthday is coming up and…just kidding! But seriously, how fantastic are these? And how cute would they be to wear to the gym? In fact, these are unisex and come in several sizes. Whether you have teeny-tiny feet like me or tend to have to purchase male sizes, you can find a pair for you.
13. Pizza grinder, $45
If you are a pizza-loving lady, you need this grinder in your life. In fact, this baby even glows in the dark, which is perfect for late-night grinding. And each pizza grinder is custom-made, so your pizza won’t look like anyone else’s.
14. Fresh baked apron, $34
For all of the edible-baking girls out there, this is the perfect apron to wear around your kitchen. Though it’s a little pricey for an apron, you know you want to show off who the chef is in the house.
15. Weed tray, $39.90
Whether you are having your morning coffee and breakfast or sitting down for lunch, you can show off your love for cannabis with the weed tray. Not to mention, it’s perfect for serving those edibles I referred to above.
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