Happy New Week My Lovelies! And to My fellow IRISH and the ones who celebrate St Patrick’s day, HAPPY ST PATRICK’S DAY celebration.
In this part of the world, yesterday was Mother’s day. I decided not to blog about it because I realised that Mother’s day is not celebrated universally on the same day.
I celebrated with the children and I got nice treats from them. It is truly a honour to be a mom. #Thankful and #Blessed. I pray for everyone hoping and praying to be a mother that God will answer their cry sooner than they can imagine, amen.
As you can see, I am all green as it is the St Patrick’s day celebration season here in Ireland. A lot of people from all around the world celebrate (not all over the world).
Here in Dublin, the Capital city of Ireland, the celebration is scheduled for 3 days from the 14th – 17th of March. People dress up (in green like I did), there’s parade, dance, music, food and a lot of fun activities.
What is St Patrick’s Day?
Every year on March 17, the Irish and the Irish-at-heart across the globe observe St.Patrick’s Day. What began as a religious feast day for the patron saint of Ireland has become an international festival celebrating Irish culture with parades, dancing, special foods and a whole lot of green.
My look today is truly Irish to honour the St Pa tricks day celebration(Paddy’s Day). I am wearing a tailored skirt suit with black accent. To add fun and a touch of modern to my look, I added a flora shirt to the look and buttoned the shirt up to the top ( I love this trend). To glam up my look, a pair of stiletto heels was necessary to take the look to a 100% level of glam. To cinch in my waist, I throw on a patent leather chain skinny belt and finally a quilted clutch ties my look together.
By the way, the brooch is a hair clip. It was needed for this look because the Irish day outfit is incomplete without the SHAMROCK. St Patrick was said to have used the Shamrock, a three-leave to explain holy trinity.
Thank you so much for stopping by the blog today. If you are celebrating St Patrick’s day, happy celebration. What do you think about my all Green/truly Irish look? Let me know below please.
Wishing you a fantastic week and God bless you.
Much Love, Mojisola.
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