In theory, St. Patrick’s Day is a global celebration of Irish culture. Of course, it’s become an excuse to guzzle green beer and wear ridiculous shamrock-emblazoned clothes. One tradition that is equally silly but somehow still fun is dressing your kids in cute green gear. They don’t have to look like leprechauns; here are some solid, green-leaning pieces, most of which will work for more than just the holiday.
A cute onesie that your kid can wear long after you've dumped out the green beer. It's made from combed cotton, has non-skid soles, and is all about the love.
This playset is perfect for spring, with critters — cuter than shamrocks, really —appliquéd on the knee pockets. The overalls have easily adjustable metal-clasp straps and side poppers for diaper changes.
Your kid's not gonna hit Glastonbury in these timeless rain boots. But they'll stay dry, comfortable, and on message with the green hue. The boots have a cotton lining and a slip-reducing tread.
Another timeless winner, this hoodie never falls apart. It comes in a slew of colors, but the green is a particularly good shade. It's made from a cotton/spandex blend and is completely gender-neutral. To which we say, sláinte.
The aspiring paleontologist in your household will appreciate this endearingly strange blend of ideas: It's a T. Rex wearing a clover hat. Historically, this is accurate.
These high-top sneakers are classic See Kai Run cool, and are approved by the American Podiatric Medical Association as being foot-healthy for growing kids. The faux elastic laces are a bonus for kids who don't know how to tie their shoelaces.
It's Snoopy! Playing the fiddle! This soft cotton T-shirt has a ribbed neck, a funky-cool design, and will look just as new when younger siblings wear it.
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