The idea came to the two friends because “we are fashionable women of means” who cared that all the stuff in their lives — the shoes, handbags, clothes, sunglasses — properly reflected who they are.
Their accessories spoke of their professional success and their grown-up sophistication. And it had become incredibly aggravating to have to pull out little plastic baggies and dig around for a crumpled package of rolling paper every time they wanted to smoke a joint. There had to be a better way.
And so, Jeanine Moss and Ann Shuch created what one might call: pot purses.
At a time when medical marijuana has gained acceptance in the majority of the country and recreational use is legal in four states and decriminalized in places such as the District of Columbia and Vermont, it was only a matter of time before pricey, fashion-oriented accessories followed.
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