Tired of the classic “Kiss me, I’m Irish” t-shirts that everyone wears on Saint Patrick’s Day?. Good. They are tacky and not fashionable. The clover glasses and big green hats? Trash those too. These tips will help you stay in the Saint Patty’s Day spirit without looking like a cartoon character. There is much classier ways to celebrate, and look great while doing it.
For a look that you can wear to class and then to your friends house for drinks, try wearing jeans with a cute pair of boots, a black tank top with a bright green blazer. The darkness of the rest of the outfit will really make the blazer pop, but not make you look like a rainbow. Any shade of green could be worn with this outfit, but the brighter the better. From neon green to somewhere around crayon green. Try to stay away from the forest and evergreens as this will make it look more like a serious, office outfit then a happy, have fun outfit.
At the office you could wear the previous outfit with a darker blazer, and black dress pants. You could also incoporate the green into the shoes, or a blouse. Remember, no green from head to toe, choose a main focal point of the outfit. Too much green can ruin a great outfit.
For out to a bar or pub, a green dress would look great. Nothing too short, keep it around thigh length. Pair with a black blazer or jackter with heels or flats. If dresses aren’t your style throw some leggings underneath to cover more skin. This outfit is where you could wear sparkly, over the top designs.
If a solid green piece is just too much for you, try patterned pieces, and never forget a girls bestfriend, accessories! Nail art is also a great way for you to show your unique style
For the guys, a green v-neck with jeans and black sneakers is a simple, yet stylish outfit. For a more professional look wear your favorite black suit with any shade of green tie.