Outfit Details:

Zara Tulle Dress (here’s something similar without sleeves – all the better for letting a layered turtleneck peek out), Riley & James Top (basic version here, metallic one here), Blue Spice Cropped Jeans (I like this pair and the fringe on these), Harrods Bag (bought in London during my last visit, similar here and here), Cape Robbin Heels (similar here), Michael Kors Cuff, Vintage Earrings

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I never need an excuse to wear green, least of all on St. Patrick’s Day, celebrated tomorrow. Being of Irish descent and having red hair on top of that, I was practically born in the color.

Many holidays are strongly associated with a certain color. In the case of St. Patrick’s Day, I chose a subtle way to acknowledge the celebration. The deep green hue of this Zara tulle dress compliments the burnt orange undertones of my flares, subtly suggesting the colors of the Irish flag. Dresses over pants – or pants under dresses depending on which way you want to look at it – are still one of my favorite things with which to play. The cropped hemline of the pants exposes the ankle and showcases the shoe. I mixed in a few other tones with a metallic pink top and gold mini bag. Of course, the color red goes with me no matter what I’m wearing because of my hair and freckles. Nothing subtle about them.

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