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Ways To Wear Green For St. Patrick’s

by Jeanne Sutton
14th Mar 2015

It’s St Patrick’s Day next week which means a few naff pound shop purchases, but this year we’re going to balance all that fun foolery with some actual fashion. Here’s some ways to Maureen O?Hara it up.

burberry green

Repeat after us: Blue and green should never be seen, unless of course on an Irish coleen. This Burberry wool-and-cashmere cape is the perfect outfit for escaping the parade and retiring with a hot whiskey to the back of a secluded pub. (?995)

Representing Ireland abroad at any official engagements? This Asos dress is a yes. And it’s on sale (?45.77)

This mint green & Other Stories number is weekend chic times the amount of years Britain oppressed us. (?55)

Fly your patriotic flag underneath your clothes. This ?Bardot? bra from Penneys is only ?8.

Another subtle touch would be one of Pandora‘s delicate charms. Luck of the Irish and all that. (?65)


Tissue are a new Irish fashion brand that are arousing our curiosity, and their debut collection contains this very versatile green dress.

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