Your shopping list for St. Patrick's Day is as follows: green food coloring for these delicious recipes, cute leprechauns to decorate your mantle, Guinness beer for the fridge. But you can't forget green clothes! The following mix of t-shirts, socks, jewelry and more guarantee that you can celebrate March 17 in style. Erin go bring them home today.
Avoid the penalty pinch by wearing an unmissable kelly-green tee.
Celtic jewelry tends to be on the bolder, heavier side, but this beautiful silver bracelet utilizes the typical knot design in a more delicate way.
No one can deny your spirit for the holiday in these happy, shamrock-covered leggings.
Yes, dressing up for St. Patrick's Day can be actually be chic. The hunter-green buffalo plaid in the shamrock on this shirt is downright cool.
The best part of these stud earrings? The four-leaf clover design can be worn year-round when you need a bit of luck.
For about half the country, March 17 is still pretty chilly. Keep cozy in a cute sweatshirt with a swirly message.
The rose color of this pendant necklace is so pretty, but it's also available in silver or yellow gold — perfect for any Paddy's taste.
From afar, this v-neck tee's print looks simply polka dot. The sweet clovers come as a pleasant surprise!
If you prefer your holiday dressing with a side of sass, this is the shirt for you.
This beanie is the perfect item to don if you're spending March 17 outside at a St. Patrick's Day parade.
Add this clover bangle to a stack of bracelets for a cute touch this March (or just keep it there longer in a symbol of your luck).
There are plenty of shirts out there joking about beer-drinking on St. Patrick's Day, but in case that's not your thing: a classy lassy shirt.
Who can resist a seasonal pun? We leprecan't.
Celebrate the holiday from head to toe with these socks; the navy and pea color scheme is so elegant.
Pin this glam brooch to a sweater or lapel of your coat, and boom, you're Irish. That's just how it works!
At under $10, this scarf makes it so easy to have some fun celebrating St. Pat's.