Are you one of those who are always in festive spirit or the odd one out? Well why not get more traditional this year and follow the green dress code this St Patrick's Day. So it is the time when leprechaun hat and shamrock prints would take over the internet. Your Irish friends are cooking sumptuous corned beef and cabbage.

Is it not lovely to see so many people dressed in green on the streets, while others getting pinched for not wearing it?

So why not follow the code and try some amazing styles that will keep you fabulous, the way you are.

Let us scroll down for some amazing yet simple way, which you can flaunt this year.

All green- By drowning in green we simply mean that wear green from head to toe, well you might find this idea awkward but this one is perfect for an intense festive feel. Now wearing all green would not imply that you wear green top with green pants and pair it with green shoes, hat and shamrock hair accessory. Instead you wear a green one piece dress with very dark green converse. For head gear you can wear a free flowing satin fabric bandana which would be the same colour as that of your converse. Carrying a green bag would add some extra dose of festive spirit to your outfit.

Touch of green- It is absolutely fine if you do not want to drown yourself in green. You can just add a touch of the colour and yet be in festive spirit.  Wear a regular black skirt and white top with a green beaded necklace. Go neutral on footwear and style your hair in your favourite way. This is a simple yet themed dress code. Another way of going about it would be to replace your beaded necklace with a shamrock hair band.

Shamrock would not be a subtle way of flaunting your St Patrick's Day costume, as shamrocks have a direct connection with this day.

Apart from hair band you can also wear shamrocks as necklace or a locket.

Formal way in green- The above two points are more for casual outfits, which you can wear to work, meet a friend and enjoy an afternoon coffee date. However, if you have plans for attending a party hosted by some of your Irish friends your outfit cannot be casual. For evening wear you can be elegant in your style by wearing a green maxi dress with long side slit.

You can also backless with the dress or try cold shoulder. Side slits look great with wedges or pencil heels. Adding some glitter to the regular dress would be a good idea, so try gold or silver for footwear. You can also jewel up your look with an elegant neck piece and matching earrings.

A messy bun for hair is a perfect match to maxi dresses, but if you wish to keep your hair open curls is a great idea.

Themed to perfection- A perfect St Patrick's Day dress code is not just festive but also attractive. For this style wear a combination of green and white. Pair a bright green halter blouse with a frilly light green mini skirt. Wear the halter over a white inner. For legs wear white and green striped stockings, you can buy St Patrick's Day stockings from any store. These stockings also have a print of shamrocks, which make them perfect for this occasion. Team your stockings with regular white stilettos. Add some glamour with a beaded necklace and locket reading “Happy St Patrick's Day”. You are almost done but this look is incomplete without a leprechaun hat. Since you are dressed to perfection, do ensure those accessories you carry are also themed to the occasion. If you are carrying gifts ensure to use green cube gift boxes.

It has been repeatedly emphasised that how we present impacts more than what we present, so always ensure that your gifts are bagged to perfection. You can use coloured gift boxes with lid for fragile objects and other gift bags for regular gifts.

Let’s make this St Patrick's Day memorable with our outfits, accessories and gifts. For more such tricks and ideas, click here.

Are you one of those who are always in festive spirit or the odd one out? Well why not get more traditional this year and follow the green dress code this St Patrick's Day. So it is the time when leprechaun hat and shamrock prints would take over the internet. Your Irish friends are cooking sumptuous corned beef and cabbage.

Is it not lovely to see so many people dressed in green on the streets, while others getting pinched for not wearing it?

So why not follow the code and try some amazing styles that will keep you fabulous, the way you are.

Let us scroll down for some amazing yet simple way, which you can flaunt this year.

All green- By drowning in green we simply mean that wear green from head to toe, well you might find this idea awkward but this one is perfect for an intense festive feel. Now wearing all green would not imply that you wear green top with green pants and pair it with green shoes, hat and shamrock hair accessory. Instead you wear a green one piece dress with very dark green converse. For head gear you can wear a free flowing satin fabric bandana which would be the same colour as that of your converse. Carrying a green bag would add some extra dose of festive spirit to your outfit.

Touch of green- It is absolutely fine if you do not want to drown yourself in green. You can just add a touch of the colour and yet be in festive spirit.  Wear a regular black skirt and white top with a green beaded necklace. Go neutral on footwear and style your hair in your favourite way. This is a simple yet themed dress code. Another way of going about it would be to replace your beaded necklace with a shamrock hair band.

Shamrock would not be a subtle way of flaunting your St Patrick's Day costume, as shamrocks have a direct connection with this day.

Apart from hair band you can also wear shamrocks as necklace or a locket.

Formal way in green- The above two points are more for casual outfits, which you can wear to work, meet a friend and enjoy an afternoon coffee date. However, if you have plans for attending a party hosted by some of your Irish friends your outfit cannot be casual. For evening wear you can be elegant in your style by wearing a green maxi dress with long side slit.

You can also backless with the dress or try cold shoulder. Side slits look great with wedges or pencil heels. Adding some glitter to the regular dress would be a good idea, so try gold or silver for footwear. You can also jewel up your look with an elegant neck piece and matching earrings.

A messy bun for hair is a perfect match to maxi dresses, but if you wish to keep your hair open curls is a great idea.

Themed to perfection- A perfect St Patrick's Day dress code is not just festive but also attractive. For this style wear a combination of green and white. Pair a bright green halter blouse with a frilly light green mini skirt. Wear the halter over a white inner. For legs wear white and green striped stockings, you can buy St Patrick's Day stockings from any store. These stockings also have a print of shamrocks, which make them perfect for this occasion. Team your stockings with regular white stilettos. Add some glamour with a beaded necklace and locket reading “Happy St Patrick's Day”. You are almost done but this look is incomplete without a leprechaun hat. Since you are dressed to perfection, do ensure those accessories you carry are also themed to the occasion. If you are carrying gifts ensure to use green cube gift boxes.

It has been repeatedly emphasised that how we present impacts more than what we present, so always ensure that your gifts are bagged to perfection. You can use coloured gift boxes with lid for fragile objects and other gift bags for regular gifts.

Let’s make this St Patrick's Day memorable with our outfits, accessories and gifts. For more such tricks and ideas, click here.

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