If you have holiday spirit, chances are you're going to be wearing some green on March 17th. Green came to be the color of St. Patrick's Day due to a number of reasons - Ireland is the "Emerald Isle" for its lush green landscape, and green is the color of spring and shamrocks.
"Pinch me, I'm Irish"
If you don't want to get pinched, you'll decrease your chances of that happening by wearing green. The holiday's revelers thought wearing green would make one invisible to leprechauns, fairy creatures who would pinch anyone they could see - anyone not wearing green.
To many, green is not an easy color to pull off, but I've found some easy ways to incorporate green into your look. You're probably going to add them into your wardrobe rotation, too!
Olive Mid Rise Cropped Jean Leggings, $59.90 (Express)
Everly Short Sleeve Swing Dress, $36 (Nordstrom)
Lightweight Boyfriend Shirt, $26.94 (Old Navy)
adidas Originals Stan Smith Sneaker, $75 (Urban Outfitters)
Factory Laser-Cut Tee, $48.50 (J.Crew)
Lush 'Perfect' Roll Tab Sleeve Tunic, $25.20 (originally $42) (Nordstrom)
White Crow Austin Olive Green Corduroy Mini Skirt, $55 (Lulu's)
BP. Floppy Wool Hat, $20.10 (originally $30) (Nordstrom)
Alex and Ani Birthstone Expandable Wire Bangle, $28 (Nordstrom)
Watermelon-Patterned Ankle Socks, $1.50 (Forever 21)