Saint Patricks Day

Wear Green Responsibly … Or Get Pinched!

I don’t know about you, but St. Patrick’s Day is literally my all-time favorite holiday. And it isn’t because I’m half Irish, or that I have a shamrock tattoo on my ankle, or that I love the fact that it is socially acceptable to start drinking at 9 a.m. and pretend like you are in college again for the day … no … not at all :::shifty eyes::: So as you can tell, I’m pumped to start the celebration … responsibly of course.

But I gotta say, I’m over the typical St. Patrick’s Day, college-like outfits. You know what I’m talking about. The ridiculous green tights with the green and white striped knee highs, with some crazy shamrock headband or bow that lights up, and a low cut, ultra tight “Kiss Me I’m Irish” T. I’m :::mumbles something::: years out of college, and just don’t feel the need to have it look like the Party Store vommed green all over me anymore. It’s time to put the style back in St. Patrick’s Day, ladies.

Wanna hear something that will absolutely blow your mind? The color blue was originally associated with St. Patrick’s Day. And my favorite fun fact of the day: There is a legend that says we wear green to become invisible to leprechauns who will pinch us if they see us. And that legend is why I am proud to be Irish, my dear friends.

So let’s not hit up Party City and any green graphic T you can find, and instead, go for a stylish green look! Here are some of my favorite green pieces that I found using one of my favorite websites for style, POPSUGAR. I could definitely see myself enjoying a whiskey drink or two … or five … in any of these green garbs.

Ps. I may or may not still fancy a pair of green shamrock sunglasses when I’m drunk. Just sayin’ … those are acceptable.

Click the image to find just where you can make this green look your own!

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