Get your St Patrick’s Day outfit ready with these ideas

There are no prizes for guessing the colour you need to wear to celebrate St Patrick’s Day on Tuesday 17th March. Whether it’s bright green, military green or bottle green, the fact is, if you want to fully embrace the spirit of the day, you need to wear green.

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What to wear

What you wear will depend on the weather and the type of event you are going to, but if you are planning on splashing out specifically for St Patrick’s Day, consider investing in a quality winter knit, or a sophisticated dress, as the chances are you can wear them throughout the year, as well as for future St Patrick’s Day celebrations.

St Patrick’s Day 2020

Belfast is planning its biggest St Patrick’s Day celebrations ever seen this year, including a carnival-style parade followed by a free open air concert at Custom House Square. The carnival is being themed ‘Protecting the Environment and Climate Change’ and the concert is being headlined by global dance star, Cascada.

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Footwear

If you don’t want to wear all out green, you could consider green wellington boots if going to an outdoor event, or some fashion trainers if you want to look good and feel good. Alternatively, you could invest in some show stopper green heels that will be sure to get you noticed.

Outerwear

Army green has long been a popular colour for casual jackets and these look great with denim. If you’re wanting to look a bit smarter, consider a bottle green coat or blazer which can be great for office wear and also look sophisticated, especially against a crisp white shirt or blouse.

Accessories

There are many St Patricks Day gifts and accessories which can add to your green look, including handbags, scarves and headbands. You may also want to buy something which is specifically for St Patrick’s Day. Look online to find great gift ideas and shamrocks gifts for St Patricks Day and you should find a great selection which can be ordered and delivered in time for the celebrations.

Trousers

Army combat trousers are very fashionable at the moment. They’re comfortable to wear and look good, either paired with a knitted jumper, or a pastel coloured tee shirt.

Don’t forget, however you celebrate, a customary Guinness is sure to get you in the mood.