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How to Dress Your Kids for St. Patrick’s Day

The only thing more fun than dressing up for St. Patrick’s Day is dressing up your little ones for this fun holiday. You can go all out and dress your child in head-to-toe green (which has to be done masterfully, as to not resemble a leprechaun), or you can choose a look that’s more subtle, with just touches of green.

If you’re on a limited fashion budget, you can avoid buying something that will only have one use by passing over the kitch tees. Most of the looks we pulled together can be worn all year- round because of their classic cuts, colors, and lack of four-leaf clovers. Even better, you might be able to find these pieces already in your little’s closet. Since the “Kiss Me I’m Irish” tee doesn’t say anything about St. Patrick’s Day, it could, arguably, be worn after the holiday too.

Another thing to be aware of is the color tone. If kelly green isn’t flattering on your little one, you might want to think about putting it on the bottom half of their look or choosing a different shade, like a mint or evergreen.

To help visually show some helpful tips, we asked a few of our favorite stylish moms to give us their pointers, including Reachel Bagley of Cardigan Empire, Alex of AVE Styles, and Breanne of Red Poppy Photography. Click through the slideshow below to see how they dress their kids for St. Patty’s Day and get some fun ideas on how to dress your kids.

All photographs courtesy of Red Poppy Photography.

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