As spring quickly approaches, we're beginning to see green all around. This isn't only because of the newly growing grass or blooming trees (and no, we're not feeling envy either) but St. Patrick's Day is soon approaching! To celebrate Ireland's most famous patron saint, businesses and families decorate with shamrocks and green glitter. If St. Patrick's Day is among your yearly traditions, then you know that wearing green for the occasion is a must!
This year, you can wear a St. Patrick's Day outfit that is not only green in color but is eco-friendly! Here at Darn Good Yarn, we have a selection of clothing that will make St. Patrick's Day your most fashionable yet! Here are some of our green and eco-friendly options!
If you've been following Darn Good Yarn for a while, you are probably already familiar with our popular sari silk wrap skirts! These skirts are a staff favorite for vacations, summer festivals, and everyday wear. Made from recycled sari silk these skirts are available in all kinds of colors and patterns including shades of green for St. Paddy's Day!
Because each one of these skirts is completely unique, you will have the advantage of dressing for the holiday with the assurance that your outfit is distinctly different from that of any of your friends or co-workers!
Check out our collection of super awesome (& green) skirts hand-picked by our staff in this Friday's Facebook Flash Sale! Scheduled for 3/8/19 @ 1:00 PM ET.
If you knit or crochet, then you probably enjoy making your own clothing and accessories for special occasions and holidays! We've got good news for you! With our selection of recycled yarns, you can create DIY and eco-friendly items in bright and festive shades of green that will last for many St. Patrick's Day celebrations to come. Take a look at a few of our picks!
If you're looking for a yarn that features green shades mixed with other colors, check out our Silk Roving Worsted Weight Yarn in Emerald Isle and Mermaid Tale and Darn Good Twist Lace Weight Silk Yarn in Crocodile Snap.
If you have any eco-friendly St. Patrick's Day fashion or DIY ideas that you'd like to share with us and our readers, please tell us about them in the comments below!