Add on-trend green to your wardrobe in a way that will last long past St. Patrick's Day.
Green — in its many-splendored hues — is still very much on-trend, and St. Patrick’s Day is a great time to bring more of it into your wardrobe.
And, no, you don’t have to go full-on “Kiss me, I’m Irish” to sport the color. In fact, you can wear it in a way that’s much more Pacific Northwest than Erin go Bragh.
The Great PNW Hunter Hat ($27 at thegreatpnw.com). Perfect for camping season, brunch or an early-morning soccer game, this cap out of Spokane celebrates the great outdoors in hunter green.
Julep Zodiac Collection Nail Color in Lucky Libra ($14 at julep.com). We can all be as lucky as the Libras in our lives with this iridescent teal polish from the local beauty company. Try it for a spring pedicure or as a sparkly accent nail.
Chooka Classic Rain Duck Boot in Olive ($80 at shop.shopchooka.com). You’ll pray for rain, just so you can wear these cute Army-green boots with adjustable laces and memory foam cushioning from the Washington-based company.
Tommy Bahama Lanai Tides Stretch-Linen Shirt in Mint Mojito ($125 at tommybahama.com). Until spring fully sets in, Seattleites dream of sunny escapes to Mexico and Hawaii. Pack up, or channel those vibes at home, with this locally designed linen-blend shirt with a modern shape and accent cuffs.
BLK Pine Workshop Polka Dot Utility Tote in Green ($120 at blkpineworkshop.com). Hit the farmers market in style with this locally designed canvas tote in Kelly green with on-trend polka dots and leather handles.