Having an organized and stylish place to keep your weed that you can leave out in plain sight is an option any adult deserves.
Daisies are by far my favorite flower -- like my old standby, the polka dot, they are just so cheery and playful, not like musty old serious roses. Daisies are practically smiling. I have a couple of blue Gerber daisies tattooed on my arm and I've long tucked daisies into my hair a la Drew Barrymore in the 90s.
So I'm losing my mind over all the daisy stuff on the racks lately as part of the ongoing 90s resurgence. Stella McCartney, Marc Jacobs and Moschino have all integrated daisies into recent collections and they're starting to pop up all over copycat retailers like ASOS, Forever 21 and Urban Outfitters.
Daisies are starting to become a problem. Seriously, I recently bought all this stuff from ASOS.
Daisy Knitted Tee, $59.26
Daisy Print Tunic Dress, $42.58
Swing Dress in Daisy Print, $64.82
Pack of 10 Daisy Flower Grips, $14.82
And I didn't get this one yet, but it's probably just a matter of time.
Daisy Elbow Patch Sweater, $40.74
I'm SO HAPPY with my daisy stuff! That tunic one is a perfect dress. I would honestly marry it if I could, and I would be inconsolable if it was somehow rendered unwearable.
Here is some more cute daisy stuff I've found online -- but, honestly, you're about to be able to walk into any store and find daisy apparel everywhere.
I'm not really feeling the "distressed" thing, but I'll be damned if that isn't a perfect freaking daisy. It's like the Platonic ideal of a daisy.
Daisy Doll Leggings, $5.80
Darling Daisy Pencil Skirt, $10.80
Are you tired of the 90s revival yet? I will never tire of it. Am I turning into a weird daisy lady? It's a thin line between "signature look" and "insane person" you know.