A brief interaction with a homeless man in New Orleans changed my perspective on life. After our conversation I bid him good day, in which he quickly replied “I ain’t ever had a bad day baby”. His optimism has lingered in my mind for years. The conviction in his voice was enough to convince me that throughout life’s ups and downs— he had never in fact had a bad day.

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Good Day Flor is a cannabis brand that seeks to blur the lines between weed, femininity, wellness, and aesthetic.

Our mission is to help eradicate the stigmas, biases, and ceilings currently in place in the cannabis industry. Through thoughtful and diverse branding we aim to place an often overlooked demographic at the forefront of our efforts: women. We exist to amplify the voices of the women who consume cannabis.

“We believe that each of us has the power to create our own good days, and we would love to be part of yours.”

About the Founder

Vic Styles, is a multi-faceted entrepreneur, influencer, and brand architect. Vic’s honest and relatable approach to independence, authenticity, and self-care motivates her community to become the architects of their existence and to design the lives they want to live every single day. With 10+ year career as a content creator and influencer, Vic truly understands the power and importance of digital marketing and community building.

CEO of cannabis media company, Black Girls Smoke, she has created a platform for black women to gain knowledge, advocacy, and community within the cannabis space. Black women deserve to be amplified in the cannabis industry and Black Girls Smoke exists to do just that.