Go Green: St. Patrick’s Day Fashion

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It’s that time of year again when luck, green and festivities abound: St. Patrick’s Day!

Also called the Feast of St. Patrick, St. Patrick’s Day is held annually on March 17, which is believed to be the day of the death of the patron saint of Ireland for whom the holiday is named.

The tradition of wearing green on St. Patrick’s Day started way back in the 1680s, and today the color is widely associated with Ireland itself. However, you don’t have to be Irish to get in on the St. Paddy’s Day fun!

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The popularity of this holiday has grown so much over the last few centuries that these days it’s not just the true-blooded Irish that join in this celebration. The people of more than 10 countries around the world—not to mention the astronauts aboard the International Space Station—celebrate the holiday annually with festivities including parades and parties—and many even flash lights and use food coloring to turn buildings, monuments, rivers, food and beer green for this special occasion.

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This year, join in on the fun, whatever your ancestry may be. Search your closet for any green garments and accessories, and use your creativity to style them in the spirit of St. Patrick’s Day. Plus, if you rock your emerald sweater you’ll get to avoid being pinched all day!


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Here are some stylish green dresses, shoes and accessories to inspire you on your quest for St. Patrick’s Day fashion.

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