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How to Show Off Your St. Patrick's Day Style!

February 28, 2011

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How can you celebrate St. Patrick's Day in style without looking like a leprechaun? Kidzworld has the goods to help you go green!

From green clothing to shamrock-inspired accessories, celebrate St. Patrick's Day in style!

Be Irish for a Day

Whether your style is Hot Topic or Abercrombie & Fitch, almost all of your favorite stores are selling cool St. Paddy's Day T-shirts in the $20 range. But for the best deal in town, head to Old Navy - for only $3.50 US, you can get your hands on colorful tees for both guys and girls! They're so cheap you could buy a bunch for everyone in your family and still have some of your hard-earned cash left over. These comfy shirts feature various graphics, from four-leaf clovers to horseshoes, but they're all guaranteed to make you look stylish and feel lucky.

Get in the Shamrock Spirit

If you're not too crazy about getting decked out in green gear, throw on some holiday-inspired accessories to jazz up your outfit. Throw a horseshoe or shamrock necklace around your neck, and put some St. Patrick's Day pride in your stride with Converse splashed in shamrocks or a pair of classic Nike Dunk basketball shoes. You can also have some fun by wearing bright green nail polish or temporary hair dye!

Go Green!

Don't just wear green... go green! Most stores you shop at are committed to being environmentally friendly and carry clothes made of natural materials like organic cotton and hemp. They're uber-soft and comfortable, so we guarantee you'll be wearing 'em every day and not just on St. Patrick's Day! The Gap sells 100% organic cotton shirts, Urban Outfitters has a selection of jeans, and the mary-kate and ashley brand offers organic cotton basics that you can find at your local Wal-Mart. Even some of your fave Converse sneakers have gone green and are made of hemp! And for a limited time, FredFlare.com is selling Go Green tote bags made of natural canvas and printed on water-based inks. Purchase one today and a portion of the sales will go towards the World Wildlife Fund!

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