Annual, Albeit Late, St. Patrick's Day Post
Here is my completely awesome belated St. Patrick's Day post. The whole ordeal was sort of funny, actually. So, I woke up that morning thinking of nothing other than wearing my new Pins and Needles dress.
Totally my style. Loose, quarter-length sleeves and mid-thigh length - all attributes I like my dresses to have. I love the little dandelion floaties pattern repeated on the dress. Simple motifs are always the best.
The only problem was that I had to go to work before classes. The above outfit, perfectly fine for the bars I would be going to later, maybe wasn't so office appropriate. A little too much leg showing. Plus, I'm 5'9 and all legs. So any time I do show a little leg skin it looks like I'm showing more than it would on a girl of average height. So, I ended up throwing on a pair of black skinnys underneath. Definitely looked better with the tights, but the skinnys would work until I got home to change back for classes.
So, I get to the office, and I notice that an unusually large proportion of my co-workers are wearing green. I'm like.. okay cool, but very strange. And then one of my co-workers walks past me and is like, "Hey, love your use of green!"
CLICK! It's St. Patty's Day!
I don't own very many green pieces. Not because I'm not a fan of the color, but I like my green to be of the darker, muter varieties, and surprisingly, it's not often that I run into it. So how ironic is it that I choose to wear one of the four green pieces of clothing I own on St. Patty's Day?!
Must have be subconscious. Did you guys forget about St. Patrick's Day or was it ingrained in your memory since March began?