Our St. Patricks Day Picks

St. Patricks Day is here and we love nothing more than a bout of good luck! What better way to celebrate than injecting a splash of colour into today’s outfit. Green not your colour? Keep scrolling to see why we love it! Stay chic and stylish in these festive finds and you will be sure to keep everyone green with envy!

In true Irish style it’s always best to be prepared to brave the elements. Why not do this in style with a fun raincoat? It’s effortlessly cool, easy to carry and we like to think of it as an investment for festival season!

Green Jacket

Fishnets are fast becoming a must have this season. We’ve seen them styled under your favourite ripped Mom jeans or as a grungy twist with an oversized jumper dress. Try a green fishnet, the perfect nod to St. Patrick’s Day.

Fishnets

Ruffles are making a dramatic comeback and we couldn’t be happier. Whether they add an understated feminine touch or act as the vocal point to an outfit, they are sure to satisfy anyone’s fashion palette. Think less leprechaun and more gold in these pretty ruffles.

Green Blouse

Still not convinced green is your colour? Why not try a simple accessory, a subtle piece to incorporate into your outfit while still embracing the festive spirit.

Green Shoes

Whether you loathe or love it, green is the colour of the day. Try your local Barnardo’s for those perfect pre-loved festive pieces. Enjoy the St. Patrick’s Day celebrations in true style.

Want to share your top Barnardo’s looks with us and feature on The-Thrift? Comment below and we’ll get in touch!

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