Whether you believe wearing a green outfit will bring you good luck or not, this is a colour you are supposed to wear on St Patrick’s Day. Still, if you are not a girl who could walk around dressed in a flashy green outfit, then this outfit is your lucky pot.
GREEN FOR GOOD LUCK
While greenery is a colour of the year, finding a perfect green attire for this St Patrick’s Day is much easier than finding a shamrock in the grass. There are many beautiful green pieces of clothing out there; you can wear this year (you can find some in the bottom of the page). However, styling them might be a bit tricky. Sure, it’s quite easy to wear an entirely green outfit. Well, as long as you feel confident and lucky wearing it. Because you know, green outfit won’t bring you any luck if you don’t feel confident wearing it.
HOW TO WEAR GREEN THIS ST PATRICK’S DAY
If you are not feeling ready to wear all green this year then you should wear green on this St Patrick’s Day the way I do. More or less as an accessory to the stripes.
I decided to wear only a splash of green on this St Patrick’s Day. Afterall, we don’t really celebrate St Patrick’s Day over here. But, hey, wearing something for good luck on a day like St Patrick’s is always a good idea. Well, it certainly can’t hurt. Pardon, I need to correct myself, because this is not what I relly think. It can hurt when you don’t wear it right. You know what I mean, seeing the flashy green outfits elsewhere than on the street carnival.
Anyway, back to my outfit fit for St Patrick’s Day or in fact, any other casual day. I’m wearing green tights, which perfectly finish the striped shirt dress that I’m wearing (Ps. you could see me wearing the same striped shirt dress over here).
Yes, I decided to go bold and support the number one fashion trend, the stripes obviously, with a temporary fashion trend. The trend that actually didn’t stick so much as supposed to after the first Spring/Summer 2017 fashion week reviews. Even though fashion critics said everyone would follow Balenciaga’s Demna Gvasalia, Céline’s Phoebe Philo, and Pierpaolo Piccioli at Valentino, who all gave a go to brightly coloured tights, this didn’t really happen. As fashionistas prefer to wear fishnets than coloured tights on the streets.
Still, I feel St Patrick’s Day is a day to give a go to the coloured tights. Especially when your coloured tights are in fact coloured fishnets. Or faux fishnets as mine. Undoubtedly the best option to wear during the snow storm in Boston.
Anyway, the St Patrick’s day will be long, and by the end of the day, I might be fully dressed in green. I mean, who can resist all this gorgeous greenery over here.
DON’T LOOK FOR A SHAMROCK IN THE GRASS
Whatever you decide to wear green this St Patrick’s Day, your outfit won’t be complete without a shamrock. For sure, a shamrock is the only accessory you really need to wear on St Patrick’s Day.
Don’t worry; you don’t need to spend an entire day looking for a shamrock in the grass to bring you some good luck. I found some for you. True, it’s not exactly the shamrock you could pick in the lawn, but that’s not a thing in the first place. Plus, I’m sure you will love this shamrock way more than the one from the grass.
There are two ways to look fashionable on this St Patrick’s day. You can either go for an entire green outfit or wear only a splash of green with some other fashionable piece of clothing. I decided to go for the second and wear my green faux fishnets with a striped shirt dress. I finished my look with a warm black coat, mini black bag, gloves and lucky charms. In a shape of a shamrock, of course.
Ps. If you’re looking for a shamrock to wear this St Patrick’s Day, you don’t need to go out and look for it in the grass. You can find it right here in this post. Along with my favourite green clothes, shoes and bags. Be sure to click and browse through my favourite green products. Believe me, your pot of luck is only a click away.