5 Must-Haves to Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day as an Irish

Bridget Chau
people celebrating St. Patricks Day

Have you ever spent a St. Patrick’s Day in Ireland?

If not, don’t worry! We’ll teach you how to recreate the same atmosphere and party like a real Irish from wherever you are.

First things first, here is a little background about this well-known Irish event: Saint Patrick’s Day is celebrated on the 17th of March to commemorate the day when Saint Patrick, Ireland’s patron saint, presumably died. Although in the beginning it was only a religious feast, since the 17th century it has been celebrated with parades, live music, fireworks and… a lot of partying!

Now, here is what you need to have a good craic on Paddy’s Day

1- Green T-shirt 

Let’s start with the basics: go green! (+ 1 extra point if your T-shirt has a funny quote)

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2- Leprechaun costume 

Have you ever heard of the Leprechaun? Well, this is the perfect occasion to dress like one!

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3- Accessories

Shamrocks, shamrocks everywhere! Get accessorized to deck out in ultimate Irish style.

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4- Comfy shoes 

You need comfy shoes, as you’ll dance to Irish music all night long. Learn some of the steps to the traditional Irish Riverdance here.

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5- Guinness 

Let’s not kid ourselves, we all know how this celebration ends... don’t forget to take your pint(s) of Guinness!

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We promise you, it’s going to be grand! ;)

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