Luck of the Irish

With St. Patty’s Day just around the corner, it’s time to break out your best green, dance a jig and drink a pint.  Whether Irish or not, it seems that most everyone loves to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with a bit of green.

luck of the irish

anorak jacket // butterfly earrings // gladiator heels

wallpaper // cardigan

velvet chair // woven tee

striped sweater // floral heels // nail polish // rug

It’s funny, even though the hubs and I both have Irish in our blood, I’ve never cooked a corned beef!  I mean I love it just as much as the next Irish girl, but it has always seemed like so much work (thank you Mom for always cooking us a St. Patty’s feast, corned beef and all).

I have plans to make some Irish Brown Bread, but aside from that, I’m thinking that I might try my hand at an Irish stew.  Do you have any St. Patrick’s Day traditions?  I’d love some suggestions with what to do!

8 Replies to “Luck of the Irish”

  1. That gladiator heels looks nice
    I love this tone of color.

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    1. Thanks Zarrah!

  2. This is such a cute round up! I have to think of a few items to wear for St. Patrick’s day! I don’t want to get pinched! ;)
    xx Annie
    http://www.somethingswellblog.com/

    1. Thanks Annie!

    1. Thanks Silvia!

  3. Love those green floral pumps! Would love to hear how your Irish Stew comes out! I’ve been wanting to try my hand at making Irish Soda bread – I’m a little daunted by it but it looks delicious!

    xx, Caitlin
    http://www.wandererandwolf.com

    1. Thanks for stopping by Caitlin! I’ll definitely let you know how the stew goes, it will definitely be an adventure!

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