St Patricks Day Gifts / February 17, 2019 / Blanche Durham
Americans have adopted this holiday like fanatics: wearing green drinking (green) beer and eating corned beef and cabbage (sometimes green too). In Chicago the Chicago River is dyed green for the holiday! St. Patrick s Day is a fun holiday filled with friends food and drinking. Not to mention a lot of green. If you have St. Patrick s Day parties or get together coming up for this holiday or want to plan ahead on what to wear here are a few ideas to make the your holiday clothing as festive as the rest of the day. Of course you will want to go all green. That great thing about this holiday is that just about every store you go to now has t-shirts shorts skirts pants and accessories to dress yourself up with.
6. Green Beer. This American tradition should never be overlooked for the Irish at heart. Or skip the coloring and go straight for the Guinness. 5. A homemade Irish craft such as the Samhain Parshell or a carved turnip head would certainly be an unusual and unexpected St. Patrick s Day gift. 4. Luxury handmade Irish soap made with Irish rainwater and scented with heather moss sweet lavender or rose damask. Include luxury Irish creams for a beautiful gift set. Saint Patrick s day is a religious feast festival of Catholic christians having its roots in Ireland with the celebrations gaining significance in other countries particularly America and Britain.
But there is no reason to just stick to green. Look for different shades of green and throw some silver in there also. Pairing multiple shades of green together with even green shoes and accessories such as jewelry and hats is a fun way to get ready for St. Patrick s Day. If your girl find green tights to go with a green skirt and shirt add a vest as well and pointy shoes to be a leprechaun. There are great top hats in green with shamrocks on them or headbands with shamrocks on springs too. Guys can dress as leprechauns also using a vest green pants adding gold coins and chains. Such as a pocket watch or making a pot of gold to carry.