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Sunday Goods Launches Gorgeous Cannabis Apparel Line

You can now wear your love of Flowers on your sleeve with the new apparel drop from Sunday Goods. Explore their products below and you’ll be sure to find something that makes you feel (and look) good!

Head to the Sunday Goods dispensary located at 1616 E Glendale AvePhoenix, AZ 85020 to purchase apparel for yourself (they also make a great last-minute holiday gift). No MMJ card necessary to purchase!

Flowers in Hand: Hand picked for our flower lovers. A simple and stylish long sleeve is a subtle nod for your love of the cannabis flower.

Double Jointed: Because two is always better than one. Pigmented colors, organic material and embroidered details to remind you that there’s another joint in over your ear, in your pocket, on your nightstand or wherever. Available as a t-shirt or cozy sweatshirt.

J'adore Flowers: Because you love flowers. We all do. An ultra soft and comfortable shirt to express your adoration for the cannabis flower we love! Also available in a comfy and warm sweatshirt with embroidered details.

Feel Good: Feel Good. Stay cool. A breathable and lightweight cotton tee to remind you of the positivity this wonderful plant provides. Also available in a stay warm, ultra soft sweatshirt with embroidered details.

Face Masks: Feel Good. Do Good. Stay Good. Feel Good: Soft and comfortable, you’ll forget you’re wearing it. Do Good: 10% of proceeds are donated to healthcare workers fighting on the frontlines. Stay Good: Includes a removable PM 2.5 carbon filter for extra protection. Mask material is machine washable.

Bucket Hats: Available in three stylish colors (white, gold and navy), you can keep the Arizona sun away all year round. Made from 100% cotton, you’ll love the way these hats look and feel.

Enjoy and #FeelSundayGood


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