St. Patrick’s Day is just around the corner, so it’s time to don some green, lucky vibes, and a smile. You don’t always have to wear green for St. Patrick’s day, green is so last season. And a little pinch never hurt anyone.
St. Patrick or the Feast of Saint Patrick’s day is celebrated on March 17th, the day of St. Patrick’s death. It is an observed holiday, was originally a feast day but gradually became a celebration of Irish culture. St. Patrick’s day is a national holiday in Northern Ireland, where it is celebrated as a holy feast day, parade, and maybe going to catholic mass.
Dress up the month of March with some four leaf clovers, Celtic knots, and other Irish symbolism for a little extra luck.
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Dress to impress, light up a room, look like you walked off the movie screen, all these things apply when you accessorize with Celtic rings! They are so fashionable, extremely versatile to any event, and everyone will need to know where you bought them! There are endless circles, Triqueta, shamrocks, Celtic flowers, Celtic spirals, and more designs! Celtic rings come in many different metals, from sterling to yellow gold. They’re easy to wear with a complicated or simple getup. Here’s a little Polyvore to help you envision unique ways to wear your Celtic rings!