The world of the fashion industry is ever-evolving and with every new day, there is a new shift in the trends of fashion that people adopt across the globe. Each day, there is a rise of new trends that are inspired by either something too great to ignore or something to slight to slip out of sight. Other trends that can't stand the test of time are being discarded immediately so that more competitive trends can take their place. Marijuana in fashion has won the hearts of many around the world and continues to do so even in remote parts of the world as well.
Although, cannabis has been in fashion for quite some time now, recently, we have witnessed new-found respect for its aesthetics in the fashion industry. Many influential personalities and top-notch artists have been seen sporting this majestic marijuana trend. We now do not see marijuana only in cosmetics and delicacies but in a number of other domains as well such as accessories and clothing items. Cannabis fashion brands have emerged everywhere considering high demand from end-users.
Pro-cannabis slogans, cannabis embroidery, and cannabis leaf motifs are a new style that is being used to decorate many outfits. Spring season fashion has also apparently developed a more intense love for cannabis than it has for other floral prints. Cannabis acceptance and legalization has led to the fashion industry eagerly embracing cannabis to show its stance on an important social issue that revolves around it. Hemp fabric, a sustainable textile, is also being recognized and accepted by many leading fashion designers of the world.
Freedom of expression is being denoted by marijuana in fashion that incorporates not only graphic t-shirts but elegant maxi dresses as well. Ranging from socks to earrings and shoes to bags, cannabis has become fashion’s big new trend. Ready to wear clothing items adorned with marijuana motifs and customized marijuana print jackets and chic fashion items are greatly in demand and many fashion brands are taking initiatives to fulfill the demands of their customers by producing fashion items influenced by cannabis aesthetics.
Although the stoner stigma is preventing many fashion designers from showing any fondness for cannabis and including cannabis in their fashion lines, many other designers are turning to cannabis for fashion inspiration. Legalization of cannabis is chipping away at the stigma revolving around it and the fashion industry is enthusiastically aiding in helping the process move faster.