byEditorial Staff| Mar 17, 2018
It's a yearly dilemma. You don't want to get pinched for not wearing green on St. Paddy's day, or be seen as a party pooper. But you don't want to look like a leprechaun, decked out in head-to-toe green, either. Or I mean, maybe you do... that's cool too.
But for those of us who like to get way with the bare minimum and incorporate a splash of green into our riding wardrobe, whether for the day or as a mainstay, we've got some fashion-police-approved ways to give a classy nod to St. Paddy's Day today, for both you and your horse.
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The Green Fly Bonnet is a beautiful way to show your St. Paddy's Day spirit at the horse show without overdoing it. Pair with a gorgeous chestnut beast for maximum 'wow' factor.
The Glenan Belt Buckle and Leather Strap from Hermes (of course - who else?!) is a splurge, but this is a gorgeous green that can be worn year-round, on and off the horse. Texture: check. Shine: Check. Quality: Triple Check.
Wear a green show coat, like this one from Horseware, as well as Cian O'Connor does (and with this much sheer joy on your face) and you'll definitely be #winning for St. Paddy's Day. (Extra points if you're actually Irish, like Cian.)
These Hunter Original Tall Gloss Rain Boots are classic and will never go out of style. These are a clean-looking and functional piece of the well-rounded equestrian wardrobe.
Hats...lots of hats!
Finally, win a green Rolex cooler. Easy enough.