St Patrick’s Day; the one day of the year where it’s acceptable to switch out your morning espresso for an Irish Coffee. But this year, we’re here to show you how to channel your inner Galway Girl and go green this St Patrick’s Day. We’ve got some simple sustainable swaps you can make to celebrate from home.
If, like us, you miss that one day of the year where the Irish pubs are the place to be. If the leprechaun hat that’s hiding at the back of your closest isn’t appropriate for your weekly zoom meetings, then why not brighten your lockdown looks with the House of Sunny Hockney Dress instead. This slow fashion, vegan friendly dress is the perfect nod to the festive traditions and is sure to leave you feeling some of that infamous Irish luck.
Or, if green isn’t your style, then why not celebrate the Patron Saint of Ireland by wearing the sustainably made brand &Daughter. This slow knitwear brand offers considered clothing for modern lifestyles and is crafted in the UK & Ireland.
Don’t have time to follow the rainbow to the pot of gold? Then add some gold to your day with sustainable and ethical jewellery from Otiumberg. Keep it on trend with the Tsavorite Alphabet Pendant, crafted from recycled 9-karat solid yellow gold with ethically sourced tsavorites. Made to order, these timless pendants also make the perfect peronalised gift for Mother’s Day.
Whilst we still can’t head back to the nail shops, why not treat yourself to an at home mani with a sustainable and Irish twist. The Nails Inc 21 Free Mother Earth’s Calling Plant Based Vegan Nail Polish is a great choice, with so much inspiration out there on what designs you can do.
Now, we all know that no one can drink you under the table quite like the Irish. Whether you love it or hate it, we can’t celebrate St Patrick’s Day without indulging in the dark, foam topped and vegan friendly drink, Guinness! But, did you know that Guinness have committed themselves to becoming a more sustainable brewer and have now removed all plastic from their packaging? So sit back, relax and drink like the Irish without guilt!
Add some Irish sunshine to your home with the Narcissus Daffodil. Unlike the Valentine’s Day tradition of red roses, the St Patrick’s Narcissus Daffodil naturally blooms in March, making it a seasonal and more sustainable tradition. Isn’t that bloomin’ lovely! Why not shop local for your springtime flowers and support an independent florist in your area.
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