Remix Rewear Restyle: The Wearin’ o’ the Green

Today’s prompt at Greater Than Rubies is No Pinching! (Green Remix) in honor of St. Patrick’s Day!

I took an outfit I wore recently and put a St. Paddy’s Day spin on it with a Spring green tank.


The kids and I do it up right on St. Paddy’s Day with Shamrock sugar cookies, a viewing of Darby O’Gill and the Little People, and a few Tomie dePaola books:

Patrick: Patron Saint of Ireland

Jamie O’Rourke and the Big Potato

Jamie O’Rourke and the Pooka

*** Don’t forget Thoughtful Third Thursday this week! ***

I’m linking up!


11 thoughts on “Remix Rewear Restyle: The Wearin’ o’ the Green

  1. mtsedwards says:

    Did I ever say that purple was your signature color? I take it back – it should be spring green! What an amazing color on you – it’s absolutely refreshing and vibrant. That pop of color transforms this outfit; I almost didn’t recognize the other pieces as ones you’ve used before. ;p

    My nod to St. Paddy’s Day comes in the form of corned beef and cabbage and my own attempt at wearing green. My kids are on Spring Break – lucky ducks! Mine isn’t until the week before Easter! – but since I work and can’t do fun mommy stuff with them today, I guess I’ll take them out for Yogurtland when I get home.

    Speaking of Spring Break, I’m curious: do your kids believe in the Bunny? If so, how do you do the whole Bunny thing at your house?


    • Selah at A Bibliophile's Style says:

      Haha, thanks! I didn’t link it above, but this outfit is almost exactly the same as Monday’s outfit in this post:

      My kids don’t really believe in the Easter Bunny. In the past we’ve done an Easter egg hunt in the back yard (plastic eggs with Starburst jelly beans inside) and we said it was the bunny, but we weren’t very serious about it, so I’m pretty sure they know it was me. I’m not sure what we’ll do this year since our new back yard has zero landscaping to hide eggs in. 🙂
      I don’t bother with Easter baskets because they get SO MUCH from other family members. Seriously, my husband’s family treats Easter almost like Christmas.


      • mtsedwards says:

        Unfortunately, my MIL begun and continues to perpetuate the Easter bunny mythos, much to the chagrin of my Catholic soul. And of course, she doesn’t do anything – it’s up to me to hide the eggs and write the clues and letters, etc. I want to kill that damned bunny but can’t bear the disappointment in my kids’ faces. Sigh…


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