Shades of Green WFH Look for St. Patrick’s Day

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Tell me it’s St. Patrick’s Day without telling me it’s St. Patrick’s Day. . . y’all know I’m here for a holiday theme, and St. Patrick’s Day is no different. You don’t have to deck yourself out in shamrocks to celebrate the day (but if you do, no judgment here). I think it’s so fun to see just how many green pieces you can wear in one outfit.

similar green sweatshirt // leggings (similar green leggings) // black quilted shoulder bag // teal headband // chain mules // Kendra Scott Elise necklace // Kendra Scott Davie hoops c/o

I’ve been working for home for a year now (minus the 2.5 months I was unemployed). This combo has consistently been my WFH uniform: oversized sweatshirt, leggings, and a headband. While some days I’m guilty of not getting ready, I generally like to look put together because it brightens my outlook on the day.

This particular shades of green look is a total nod to St. Patrick’s Day, and you’ll reach for it again and again. Both the oversized sweatshirt and Zella leggings are pieces I reach for over and over again. They are both comfortable and easy to move in.  And they’re so cozy to wear around the house, or even out to brunch.

The thing I like the most about this all green WFH look for St. Patrick’s day is the tonal coordination. It’s so understated, but still pulls the eye. If you WFH, I highly encourage you to pull together a similar look for your video calls this week:)

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Why do I stain my underwear?. xoxo.

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