Wearing of the Green

With St. Patrick’s Day rapidly approaching it is time to start thinking in terms of green. The St. Patrick’s Day custom came to America in 1737, and with this long stemming tradition you are to eat, drink, and be merry the Irish way! So there are one of two things that could happen to you this St. Patty’s Day…

The tradition says that wearing green is thought to make you invisible to leprechauns. These fairytale creatures would only pinch those who were not wearing green, because it is said they were the only people leprechauns could see. People continued this tradition of the pinch as a reminder of what the leprechaun himself would do. With this thought in mind we threw together a few things to get you thinking in a green state of mind today. That way you still have time before the weekend to grab you some green gear before you head out to celebrate on this years St. Patty’s Day.

4 Leaf Clover, First Picket Fence Dress, Irish Coffee Cup, Georgia Bracelet, Shamrock Sunglasses, Kate Spade Purse, Lucky Shirt, Brooke Necklace, Essie Nail Polish, Green Chuck’s, Niki Necklace, Dianna Turquoise Earring, Kate Spade Phone Cover, Green Beer, Eyeshadow

LJ wishes you a St. Patrick’s Day filled with friends, family, fun, and of course green! And who knows maybe you will find your own pot o’ gold this year. With that being said we leave you with an Irish Blessing…

May your day be touched
by a bit of Irish luck,
brightened by a song in your heart,
and warmed by the smiles
of the people you love.

So what will you choose to wear this St. Patty’s Day, and how do you plan on celebrating?

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