St. Patrick’s Day is almost here. It’s hard to believe it. We’re already almost halfway through March and Daylight Savings Time has just begun. If you haven’t painted your nails in a St. Patrick’s Day theme, get on it. To complete your look, you obviously need to wear something green. You do not want to end up getting pinched. Thankfully, there are lots of cute St. Patrick’s Day clothes and accessories to complete your look. While you’re at it, don’t forget to grab some green lingerie.
Here are the St. Patrick’s Day clothes and accessories that will bring you some extra luck:
Hands up if you own an “Irish Girl” top even if you cannot be more than 2% Irish? Stop pretending and wear this sweater instead. You’ll still get lucky. Just look at all of the shamrocks on it.
At the end of every rainbow there is…a stein. Okay, so the saying doesn’t exactly go like that, but it does apply on St. Patrick’s Day.
Show off these sparkly studs by wearing your hair up. The golden clovers are decorated with pave set rhinestones for even more sparkle.
Get it? It is a lot easier to come up with Irish puns than it is leprechaun and rainbow ones.
Forget what we just said about Irish puns, it is way easier to come up with lucky puns. This top should hopefully bring you some more luck. And it will probably make you get a certain Daft Punk song stuck in your head.
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This budget-friendly necklace is more subtle than a massive green hat. It also also chicer. You will want to wear the adjustable choker necklace well beyond March 17.
You can never go wrong with a themed pair of socks. These knee-high socks make a greater statement than an ankle pair. Wear them with a green dress, obvs.
You have tons of fun Christmas sweaters but do you have a St. Patrick’s Day one? That needs to change. This green, white and orange sweater features drinks and leprechauns smoking pipes.
You already own the t-shirt, but do you have the matching “Kiss Me I’m Irish” socks? We won’t tell if you’re not actually remotely Irish.
Unlike some of the more outrageous St. Patrick’s Day outfits, you can wear this tank top after March 17 without getting weird looks. For more of a festive feel, pair it with a green cardigan and skirt.
Apparently you will have twice the luck if you wear this ringer t-shirt because it has two four-leaf clovers. Who’s going to say no to a bit more luck?