What it says about you if you don’t wear green on St. Patrick’s day


There are many fables associated with the luckiest day of the year for beer companies.

At a young age, St. Patrick’s Day primes you to feel left out if you choose or forget to choose to wear green on March 17th.

Also the Catholic established holiday is loaded in subtext giving the shamrock a religious purpose of representing the holy trinity.


I don’t want to disillusion the leprechaun – I am just here to tell you what happens if you choose to color yourself differently on this particular March day.

Green is a color of the heart chakra.

This energy center governs love and compassion and in my practice I view the green element as the masculine influence of love and compassion.

Since there is a strong push these days to worship, idolize and support the Divine Feminine and all things female empowerment, not wearing green today might be a subconscious way of defying “the man.”

You appear more mature and hipster by going against the grain. Cool. Undetected and brave for being a color revolutionary and not succumbing to the societal pressures imposed by corporate beer and religious right wings of today.

I find that dark greens are better to wear and work with as they are more grounded. The commercial green commonly referred to as shamrock green is lighter but more so aggressive. A huge turn off to me because this color green reminds me of snake energy and poison ivy.

Color is powerful and is chosen for a reason. A purpose. It makes a lasting impression and communicates things that our brains only recognize below the surface. This is why it’s important you know how to use color intentionally and purposefully to combat energies that might not be for the greater good.

LGBTQIA people those that bear the mark of the rainbow are still struggling to fit in fully with St. Patrick’s Day parades but even if they do get inside – it is veiled in one big secret.

There’s a lot we still don’t know but if you choose to wear another color today why not show proper tribute to the saint with his correct color – blue.

This color establishes strength in the throat chakra which embodies self-expression and communication.

If you want to stand up for what you believe in today by making a social statement – #wearblue.

It’s the color of the angels and charity.

Until next time <3 :star: and :mrgreen:


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5 thoughts on “What it says about you if you don’t wear green on St. Patrick’s day

  1. Honesty I’m of Irish decent, some St Patrick’s day I have worn Green or Orange for the Protestant Irish (my Heritage) or I don’t, either way I still like Green Beer!

    Love and Light,

  2. I wore an orange/peachy/pink colour today! I don’t really dig green that much. I like chartreuse and turquoise though!

    Great post! <3 x

    1. I’m wearing white, sky blue, teal and brown. Crystals I have on are rose quartz, sunstone and quartz. Great for this transitioning weather we’ve been having here in Pennsylvania!

  3. Interesting, I felt guided to wear blue today. I’ve never celebrated St. Patrick’s Day so this was interesting. Agree on the green energies. Thank you!

    1. You’re most welcome! 🙂 Happy color day to you!

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