You've got your green beer, your corned beef and cabbage, and your Shamrock Shake. But what are you wearing? These leprechaun-approved looks will help you steal a few kisses and celebrate St. Patrick's Day (Tuesday, March 17) in style.Top of the Morning:
Let these statement tees do the talking. Delia's lightning-emblazoned "Irish" tee
is simple and to the point, while Wet Seal has both the cutesy "Don't Pinch Me" Hello Kitty tee
(and here we thought she was Japanese), and the shamrock-accented "This Is My Lucky Shirt
" top on offer. Old Navy's "Irish and Lovin' It" tee
is a great way to announce your Celtic pride.
If, however, the only thing Irish about you is your coffee, you've got to go with Heritage 1981's "Not Irish But Happy to Fake It
" tee. BYO brogue.
Hit the pubs in sexy green gear that's sure to earn you a few free rounds of Jameson. Hawks by Geren Ford's Grommet Mini Dress
is sure to be a lucky charm, thanks to its sky-high hemline and empire waist. Twelfth St. by Cynthia Vincent's new slip dress in green
is stunning, while Appropriate Behavior's kelly green pleated dress
has the flirty factor cornered. A sexy top paired with jeans is a surefire combo: We approve of Sweetees' Seiko Satin Empire Top
and MM Couture by Miss Me's Drapeneck Top
-- so Gaelic glam.Click here
for more St. Paddy's Day suggestions.At Work-ing It:
You'd totally ditch work, but you'll probably want to reserve your sick-day call for the day after
St. Patrick's. If you want to wear green to the office, check out Antonio Melani's Stanton Dress
, a sophisticated silk charmeuse frock. Another option is to pair Karen Zambos's Sophia Silk Blouse
or Banana Republic's Silk Pleated Top
with a black pencil skirt or trousers. If you're wary of going too festive, try a sterling silver Celtic Shamrock necklace from Little Devil Designs
What are you wearing this St. Patrick's Day?