Ahh, fall. It's a time of year filled with cozy blankets, changing leaves, and pumpkin spice everything. And even for people who don't get to see the trees shake off their greenery, there's still a certain vibe in the air. Everything feels slightly crisper and cooler. It's a season for retreating and nesting — and what better way to do that than with some new, fall-friendly cannabis products that also happen to be très chic?

That's right, Weedmaps News scoured the scene to unearth the brands, companies, and items changing the cannabis world as we know it. Whether it's the most buttery, hemp-based jeans you'll ever try on or the sleekest notebooks for all your recordkeeping needs, these cannabis products are perfect for the consumer who prioritizes style and cool above all else. 

The founders of Alkhemist have spent the last 15 years working in the Los Angeles garment industry, so it's no wonder they found themselves expanding into hemp apparel. The brand says it works with hemp as its core material because it offers a carbon footprint 50% less than that of cotton, enables more environmentally friendly practices, and is breathable and self-cooling. 



Indeed, the fabrics don't lie: These pants are some of the comfiest I have ever worn. Alkhemist's unique production process blends hemp with other natural fibers to create super-soft, lightweight denim and other fabrics that make everyday wear fun again. Notably, the company designs and produces its products in Los Angeles. 

Curious about the science behind cannabis but overwhelmed by, well, all the information out there? Enter Goldleaf, a company that's selling both glossy design and cannabis education in the form of a Moleskine-inspired patient's journal and proprietary recipe cards. Recording your daily doses and whipping up a tangerine-CBD vinaigrette has never looked so high-end. 

The Ohio-based company specializes in research-based guided notebooks, elegant original prints, and minimalist brass pens (of the writing variety, not the vaping variety). These products are ideally suited for cannabis patients, growers, and enthusiasts alike. The clean designs will streamline and elevate any stoner's space. 

L.A.-based vaporizing innovator Puffco has received all sorts of acclaim since it first came on the market in 2013. Its futuristic vape designs and smart cannabis concentrate technology have made Puffco a favorite among concentrate consumers. The company's product line includes the newly released Peak Travel Glass, allowing its users to consume stylishly while on the move. Its patent-pending closure system is quite fancy, featuring two positions accessible by rotating the mouthpiece. 

And to keep the entire system safe and protected, The Peak Bag is a no-brainer. It can be adjusted into a crossbody, fanny pack, or belt loop style — making it one of the most flexible (and functional) concentrate accessories on the market. 

Back in 2016, Latinx founder Yvonne Perez Emerson developed Make & Mary to explore the world of cannabis through art and design, with self-care at the root of the brand. Today, it's a beauty company out of Portland, Oregon, that makes cannabidiol (CBD)-based, luxurious skin-care solutions. Everything is 100% wild-crafted, vegan, non-genetically modified organism (GMO), and cruelty-free. Plus, each Make & Mary product is custom-formulated and crafted in-house with ingredients from local and regional sources. (Its CBD, for instance, is sourced from a farm in Oregon's Willamette Valley). 

Some must-have items? The Face and Body Serum and the “Soul Shine” Cannabis Candle, which can conveniently turn into an air-tight stash jar once the candle is burned through.  

This Latinx- and woman-owned company employs a mantra of “setting the bar high for your smoking experience.” Indeed, House of Puff has clear target consumers in mind: They enjoy unwinding with a joint or vape at the end of a long day, but they're not necessarily fans of stereotypical stoner paraphernalia. That's why House of Puff is all about the juxtaposition of simple design and a modern aesthetic. 

Take, for example, its signature Le Pipe, a compact porcelain pipe in a cotton candy shade. Each pipe is handcrafted and comes with the brand's “High Functioning” storage bag, matches, and custom unbleached pink rolling papers. Another favorite: silver keychains inscribed with strain names such as Pineapple Express, Champagne Kush, and Blue Dream.

Say hello to the newest addition to your daily self-care routine. Short for Create | Build | Dream, this water-soluble CBD powder is designed to be consumed at different points throughout the day — morning, noon, and night — with varying flavors that could give you a little boost. The berry-flavored “Create” morning powder reportedly delivers feelings of alertness and focus. “Build” is a citrus-flavored CBD powder intended for the afternoon that may have a focusing effect. Oppositely, the smooth, chocolatey “Dream” is supposed to be taken at night to encourage a sense of calm before you go to bed. 

Each seven-day box comes with 21 individually-packaged sachets (one set of seven for each of the three CBD powders).

This family-owned, San Diego-based company launched in 2016. Since then, it's been churning out an array of brownies, confections, cookies, and practically anything else you can think of. Kaneh Co.'s point of pride? It handcrafts its culinary masterpieces, which are truly some of the tastiest edibles on the market. 

Some of Kaneh Co.'s selections include: red velvet cookies (shown here), triple berry white chocolates, brownies, peanut-butter-and-jelly blondies, and more. Gluten-free and vegan options are available, like the Chocolate Paleo, which is a no-sugar-added, paleo friendly, chocolate-nutty treat you won't feel even the slightest bit guilty about. 

Spa day just got way more relaxing. This CBD Superfood Mask contains a six-in-one formulation that purportedly does it all: plumps, oxygenates, hydrates, brightens, calms, and protects. The mask itself takes on a bright green hue, but that's not the cannabis. It's actually a blend of spinach and kale that can help oxygenate your skin, while vitamin C brightens and evens skin tone. The white clay may take some pesky blemishes down a notch, too. Last but not least: wearing a face mask just makes anyone feel oh-so luxe. And really, what's not to love about that?

Calling all athletes! This product can help deliver some much needed relief to any nagging muscular discomfort. It's something you'll want to keep stashed away in your gym bag to work out those post-spin-class knots. Made with full-spectrum CBD from 100% organic hemp, this balm feels somewhat cool to the touch, works quickly, and contains a crisp, refreshing scent that isn't overbearing. This product is free of parabens, phthalates, artificial fragrances, and petrochemicals. In other words, it's a plant-based essential that should be in everyone's medicine cabinet. 

This company offers up one-of-a-kind terpene profiles inspired by fruits and herbs. With its proprietary hardware designed in Irvine, California, Orchid Essentials has created an easy-to-use product that looks just as good as it performs. The clever flavor profiles are simple to understand and avoid any convoluted cannabis talk. The Strawberry Cough, for instance, “is a perfect companion for when you need to get things done.” On the other hand, the Tropical Trainwreck provides the right amount of fruitiness that “will melt you into a puddle of sweet, sedated chill.” Sign me up, please.

Feature image: Ohio-based Goldleaf brings a cannabis aesthetic into the office without the actual plant itself. It makes a line of prints, as well as notebooks, pens, and recipe cards. (Photo courtesy of Goldleaf) 

Mekita is a freelance journalist and creative consultant based in Washington, D.C. She is currently a contributing fashion news writer at Refinery29 and has also been published in The Washington Post, Architectural Digest, Food & Wine, Wine Enthusiast, Glamour, Brides, Teen Vogue, Self, and others. She primarily covers culture, fashion, travel, and wellness through the lens of gender and race.

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