If you watched Emily in Paris and immediately got wanderlust, this one’s for you. If you wear a beret regularly and unironically, this one’s for you. If you hold your j’s between your index and middle finger and gaze into the distance while you smoke, this one’s for you.
Being a “French Girl” isn’t "geolocationally" specific, it’s a state of mind. Enjoy a long drag at a cafe with a cappuccino or with a glass of wine while you put records on and the breeze blows in from your open balcony doors. French girlies (and all of those who identify with the mindset), you’ll never look like a buffoon when the rolling papers come out again. Impress all your new friends in Paris with your slick rolling techniques.
Nineties babies are officially grown up. Whether you’re a younger Millennial born in 90-96’ or an elder Gen Z member from 97-99’ you’re likely out of school and/or working like a full-ass adult. Not only have nineties babies grown up, but so have our idols. Today’s kids will just never understand the rush of seeing your favorite celeb on MTV or the very early days of YouTube. Remember trying to load videos with dial-up internet? Yikes! And trying to smoke back then? Forget it. It was either a carved out apple, a toxic water bottle bong, or a novelty pipe if you were brave enough to go into Spencer’s at the mall.
In honor of our favorite celebrities from a bygone decade, we’re counting down what pieces & papers WE think they’d enjoy from our collection…