6 Easy Ways to Wear Green for St. Patrick’s DayThe Girls With Glasses
St. Patrick’s Day is exactly a week away! Have you planned what you’re going to wear? This holiday is all about the color green, but you don’t have to wear the bold hue from head-to-toe. In fact, a little green goes a long way. Whether your fashion choices are influenced because of where you work, lack of time and money, or simply your tastes, we have some great ideas for you. This article will share six easy steps to wear green this St. Patrick’s Day. So don’t sweat it, dressing in green doesn’t have to be hard!
Start by looking through your closet for a green item or two and build your outfit around it. Kelly green is the most festive of colors, but if you don’t look good in that specific hue or you can’t find anything you love, open your search to emerald and mint. Click through the slideshow below to get inspiration on what you might have around your house and suggestions on resources in case you need to buy something. Either way, it’s time to at least start thinking about what you’re going to wear to celebrate the day of luck.
Green Shirt 1 of 7
This shirt is super comfy, but dressed up with this bold striped skirt it's perfect for work. You can celebrate the holiday, and still look stylish.
Green Cardigan 2 of 7
I love mixing kelly green with navy (they are almost as perfect as chocolate and peanut butter). This outfit would stand alone on any day, but with the pop of green, it's perfect for St. Paddy's Day.
Green Purse 3 of 7
Accessories, instead of clothes, are perfect for someone who doesn't think kelly green is a flattering color for them. You can look just as festive as the next person, but you won't feel like you're compromising looking your best.
Green Earrings 4 of 7
My cousin-in-law made these earrings for me, but you can find pretty green earrings at a lot of different places. They are fun and flirty, and easy-peasy.
Green Bow 5 of 7
You might have a green ribbon leftover from holiday wrapping or your daughter might have a bunch of these bows in her closet. Either way, top off your top knot with a festive accessory.
Green Socks 6 of 7
A Few More Green Ideas 7 of 7
If you still haven't gotten your fix, check out Jeanette Scott's article, Celebrate St. Paddy's Day: Head-to-Toe Green Under $100. And whatever you do, have a great time this St. Patrick's Day!
If you would also like tips on dressing your little kiddos for St. Paddy’s Day, read our article How to Dress Your Kids for St. Patrick’s Day.
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