- Green and Navy Striped Sweater: Joseph A., TJMaxx
- Green Skirt: Worthington, JCPenney
- Shoes: Worthington, JCPenney
- Necklace, Earrings: Kohl’s
- Gold bangle: World Market
My shoes look black in the above photo, but they’re actually brown:
I’ve had the green skirt for a while, and when I brought home the green and navy sweater several months later I was surprised to see how well they matched. I’ve worn this outfit before and I think in person it’s pretty flattering, but it’s hard to see that in photos, so I didn’t post them.
I don’t know if I’m just old school, but I always wear green on St. Patrick’s Day. I even made some kind of sad looking shamrock sugar cookies with green frosting, but that’s about the extent of my holiday celebration:
(My son told me it was a good thing these had frosting on them, or they wouldn’t have tasted like anything.
Uh…okay. So toss THAT cookie recipe…)
I remember making St. Patrick’s Day crafts when I was in elementary school, but I don’t think they do much these days. Of course the timing of spring break around here may be why.
Do you wear green on St. Patrick’s Day or is it just like any other day?