“Now it’s acceptable to let your weed flag fly,” says Trevor Larson, founder of Saturday School, the LA-based fashion brand that’s gaining a cult following for buttery-soft sweats and tees emblazoned with phrases like “Stay Young Get Stoned.” For Larson, whose collection seems made-for bridal party Instagram takeovers, the legalization wave around the country officially lifted the taboo on all things kush. “By understanding the science of cannabis, a lot of people who never would have experimented are learning they can benefit in ways they couldn’t imagine before,” he notes.
On the wellness front, Cindy Capobianco of Lord Jones, the CBD-focused label beloved by celebs like Mandy Moore and Busy Phillips, seconds that notion. “CBD is a non-psychoactive cannabinoid associated with numerous health and wellness benefits,” she shares. “When used sublingually or ingested, CBD provides mood stabilization, relief from anxiety, and promotes a calm sense of wellbeing.” (And what more could a stressed soon-to-be-bride or groom require?) The movement in beauty has unquestionably exploded, with Babor’s chic single-use ampoules of hemp-infused face oil flying off of the shelves, and CBD for Life shampoos and conditioners becoming an insider obsession for their ability to boost hair growth. For tuned-in brides who are skipping out on inflammation-fostering alcohol ahead of wedding photos, Juna Nude CBD drops and Sunday Scaries gummy bears are an easy (and legal, everywhere) way to take the edge off, too.
Original Article by Over the Moon