The History of Wearing Green on St. Paddy’s Day
Oddly enough, it is said that blue was actually the old green of St. Paddy’s Day. Sometime in the 17th century, the shift towards green started to happen. Green makes a lot of sense being that it’s one off the colors in the Irish flag. However, there were political, religious and some very interesting leprechaun tales that led to everyone wearing green. Apparently, wearing green makes you invisible to leprechauns. Why, you might be wondering, is it important to be invisible to leprechauns? Well, they’ll pinch you if they find you, of course.
Clearly, wearing green of St. Patrick’s Day is a smart play. We’ve pulled together some inspiration of some of our favorite green t-shirts as well as St. Patrick’s Day designs. Check out our St. Patrick’s Day t-shirts for more ideas and inspiration.
We’ve pulled together some of our favorite green tees. Of course, we always love the Canvas Jersey. There are quite a bit of greens to choose from in the Canvas including Leaf, Forest, Heather Forest, Kelly, Heather Kelly, Evergreen, Heather Green and Olive. If you’re looking to spend a little less the Gildan Ultra Cotton Tee and Gildan Softstyle Tee also have great green options.
St. Patrick’s Day T-Shirt Designs
Of course the shirt of choice for St. Paddy’s Day is green but what graphic goes on it? Well, that depends on what you are doing. A great way to market your St. Paddy’s event is with some green custom St. Patrick’s Day t-shirts. Some of our favs are Clover T-Shirt Designs, funny St. Patrick’s t-shirts, or just some good basic St. Patrick t-shirt designs. If you’re just looking for something to wear yourself this St. Patrick’s Day, try the Distressed Clover or Drunk AF Tee. Whatever you choose, just remember to wear your green to avoid any potential leprechaun sightings.