8 St. Patrick's Outfits That Aren't Leprechauns

8 St. Patrick's Outfits That Aren't Leprechauns

Whether you're going to a St. Patrick's Day parade, a party, or simply celebrating with friends, choosing the right costume can add an extra layer of fun and excitement to the day. In this article, we'll take a look at some of the most popular St. Patrick's Day costumes, and offer some tips on how to choose the perfect costume for you. Get ready to party!

8. Beer Pint

A beer pint costume can be considered funny because it's a playful and lighthearted representation of a common item (a beer pint glass) and often elicits smiles from those who see it, due to its unexpected appearance. The costume can also be humorous because it often encourages people to act in a festive manner.

7. Rainbow Costume

A rainbow costume is a good choice for St. Patrick's Day because it is a nod to the Irish legend of the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow, which is commonly associated with the holiday. Additionally, the rainbow is a symbol of hope and positivity, which can add to the overall celebratory nature of the day.

6. Lucky Charm Costume

Lederhosen is a traditional German style of clothing that is often associated with celebration and festivity, making it a fitting choice for a holiday that is often marked by parades, parties, and other festivities. This green lederhosen can help to create a festive and traditional look that is in keeping with the spirit of St. Pat's.

5. Santa O'Claus

The Santa O'Claus costume is a playful take on the traditional Santa Claus outfit, incorporating elements of both Santa Claus and St. Patrick's Day. The green color is often associated with St. Patrick's Day, and can add a fun twist to the familiar Santa suit. It'll also keep you warm! 

4. Shamrock Formal

A formal shamrock-covered suit is a stylish take on traditional St. Patrick's Day attire. The shamrocks add a nod to the holiday, while the formal suit keeps the overall look elegant. It can be a perfect choice for any St. Patrick's Day event that calls for more formal attire.

3. Deluxe Clown Wig

A green clown wig can work for variety of occasions, particularly for St. Patrick's Day. Wearing a green clown wig can be a great way to show your sense of humor and to encourage others to have fun, let loose, and order another green pint. 

2. Gentleman's Kilt

A green gentleman's kilt is a sophisticated take on traditional St. Patrick's Day attire. The green color, often associated with the holiday, adds a touch of festivity, while the kilt, a traditional garment originating from Scotland, gives the overall look a touch of refinement. 

1. Poop Emoji Hat

Finally, this poop emoji hat is a great way to show off your sense of humor, making it a fitting choice for costume parties, pranks, and other lighthearted St. Patrick's Day events. Why is the poo green, you're wondering? We'll let you use your imagination on that one...

Going to a bar crawl this St. Patrick's Day?

Don't get pinched! Make sure your first stop is Chicago Costume. Our two locations are conveniently located in Lincoln Park (1120 W Fullerton) and the neighborhood of Portage Park (4727 W Montrose). 

Happy St. Patrick's Day, Chicago!