Whether you are 420 friendly or not, unless you live under a rock, when thinking of stoner fashion, also known as pothead clothing, you might relate it to the stigma that was placed on people who smoked marijuana after it was banned and placed on the Schedule 1 drug list alongside heroin, LSD (Lysergic Acid Diethylamide), GHB (Gamma-Hydroxybutyric Acid) and a few other hard core drugs, back in the early 1900s. It was only after these laws went into effect that the names stoner, pothead and a few others were derived. At that time, anyone who was caught dead wearing anything associated with the use of marijuana was, at the very least, frowned upon. In some cases they were harassed and had the pothead stereo type placed on them. That didn’t stop or discourage true weed smokers from lighting up and it didn’t keep others from wearing exactly what they wanted to wear. They just did it more discreetly and in most cases, only among close friends.
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