St. Patrick's Day Irish Tee from Etsy

Fashionable St. Patrick’s Day outfits for kids

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You don’t need to be Irish to celebrate in style this St. Patrick’s Day — and considering how pinch-worth your kids are all-year long, dressing them in green on this spirited holiday is probably a smart move! For St. Patty’s fashion for the littlest of leprechauns to styles that your older kids will happily wear to school, we’ve got your whole clan covered.

For wee ones

It’s already nearly impossible to stop pinching your little one’s sweet little cheeks, so on a day that you’re given free-range to do so? Watch out! There are a lot of terribly cheesy, over-the-top St. Patrick’s Day clothes out there for babies and toddlers, but these options are a little more fashionable for your wee lad or lassie.

St. Patrick's Day Style for Babies and Toddlers

1. Checkered Shirt, Citrus Green (GAP, $27)
2. Good Luck Charm Tees for Baby (Old Navy, $5)
3. St. Patrick’s Day Elephant Onesie (Square Paisley Design on Etsy, $15)
4. Irish Rocker T-Shirt (Etsy, $15 and up)

For the older crowd

Long gone are the days when your older kids will be stoked to wear a shamrock-clad shirt to school on St. Patrick’s Day, but we know that the fear of being pinched by their school-mates is still lingering, no matter how cool they play it. Grab one of these St. Patty’s inspired pieces as a compromise that will make them feel lucky.

St. Patrick's Day Style for Big Kids

1. Boys NBA Team Jacket, Celtics (Old Navy, $29)
2. Kicked it in the Sun Tee (Tiny Whales, $24)
3. Cuffed Graphic T (GAP, $20)
4. Nature Call! Lil’ Girly Tee (Threadless, $20)

Is your family into St. Patrick’s Day style? What do you have planned this year?

Meet the Author | Katie Kavulla

Having just made the move from big city life to settle down in the town where she and her husband both grew up, Katie Kavulla is a mom of three who strives to slow life down a bit… as impossible as that is with three kids under the age of 10. A blogger turned writer, Katie has spent the past few years combining the things that she loves into a career, with a focus on helping other moms tell their story, because Katie truly believes that every mom has one to tell.

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