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St Patrick's Day Sweaters

ShamrockGift.com’s range of St. Patrick’s Day sweaters for men and women offers a unique blend of traditional Irish styles and contemporary design. Our St. Patrick’s Day sweaters let you show off your Irish pride without resorting to twee depictions of leprechauns, pots of gold, or even green if you don’t want to, though we have plenty of green sweaters to choose from, too. With brand name offerings for men and women from Carraig Donn, Boyne Valley Knitwear, and Guinness, our sweaters are sourced from the highest quality materials and made with centuries of Irish knitting knowledge behind them. When the brisk winds require some layers, these authentic Irish sweaters offer the best of warmth and Celtic style. With traditional Aran sweaters ranging from chunky turtlenecks to flattering, sleek cuts for men and women, there is something warm for every occasion and style. Authentic Guinness sweaters and sweatshirts celebrate one of the most recognizable of Irish brands. Stylish, black zip-ups for men and women, offer an easy, convenience layer for casual looks. Our line of St. Patrick’s Day sweaters from Traditional Craft offer a graphic take, with an Ireland crest or text printed on the front, lest there be any confusion about where your loyalties lie on Ireland’s most prominent national holiday. St. Patrick’s Day is celebrated every year on March 17, supposedly the day St. Patrick died in the 5th century AD. As Ireland’s patron saint, St. Patrick was known for spreading Christianity to the pagan and druidic inhabitants of the island during his life. Though several other Christian ministers and missionaries came to Ireland after him, as the first, his legacy is firmly established in Irish religious history. Oddly enough, the color of St. Patrick is not green, but blue, a fact that can be seen in many depictions of the saint prior to the 19th century. Green didn’t become associated with St. Patrick, or his feast day, until the Rebellion of 1798, when Irish troops took to singing “The Wearing of the Green,” as they went into battle. And while today some consider it bad luck not to wear green on St. Patrick’s Day, this is an even more modern invention, so feel free to ignore it with your new-found superior knowledge. As for St. Patrick’s Day’s legacy as a day-long feast and drinking holiday, this is also a relatively modern contrivance, spurred as much by Ireland’s tourism industry as the Irish in America. In fact, the first ever St. Patrick’s Day celebration in public happened in the United States, not Ireland, as did the first ever St. Patrick’s Day parade, in New York City. In Ireland itself, national law dictated that pubs close on this religious holiday, and until the 1970s, the only place to purchase a pint of Guinness on the day was at the horse races. But pushback from breweries and in particular Budweiser changed all that and in the decades since, St. Patrick’s Day has become a week-long festival in Ireland that draws attendees from around the world to experience its magic. Our line of St. Patrick’s Day sweaters are inspired by the traditional Aran sweaters worn by the fishermen of the Aran Islands to protect them from the harsh Atlantic spray and winds while searching for the day’s catch. The beautiful knit patterns were originally a way to provide more texture and heft to the sweaters in order to let the cool air circulate throughout the yarn, while being warmed by the natural heat of the body. Today, they serve much the same purpose, and are made with the softest merino and lambs wool for additional comfort. Shop our entire collection today.
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ShamrockGift.com’s range of St. Patrick’s Day sweaters for men and women offers a unique blend of traditional Irish styles and contemporary design. Our St. Patrick’s Day sweaters let you show off your Irish pride without resorting to twee depictions of leprechauns, pots of gold, or even green if you don’t want to, though we have plenty of green sweaters to choose from, too. With brand name offerings for men and women from Carraig Donn, Boyne Valley Knitwear, and Guinness, our sweaters are sourced from the highest quality materials and made with centuries of Irish knitting knowledge behind them.
When the brisk winds require some layers, these authentic Irish sweaters offer the best of warmth and Celtic style. With traditional Aran sweaters ranging from chunky turtlenecks to flattering, sleek cuts for men and women, there is something warm for every occasion and style. Authentic Guinness sweaters and sweatshirts celebrate one of the most recognizable of Irish brands. Stylish, black zip-ups for men and women, offer an easy, convenience layer for casual looks. Our line of St. Patrick’s Day sweaters from Traditional Craft offer a graphic take, with an Ireland crest or text printed on the front, lest there be any confusion about where your loyalties lie on Ireland’s most prominent national holiday.
St. Patrick’s Day is celebrated every year on March 17, supposedly the day St. Patrick died in the 5th century AD. As Ireland’s patron saint, St. Patrick was known for spreading Christianity to the pagan and druidic inhabitants of the island during his life. Though several other Christian ministers and missionaries came to Ireland after him, as the first, his legacy is firmly established in Irish religious history.
Oddly enough, the color of St. Patrick is not green, but blue, a fact that can be seen in many depictions of the saint prior to the 19th century. Green didn’t become associated with St. Patrick, or his feast day, until the Rebellion of 1798, when Irish troops took to singing “The Wearing of the Green,” as they went into battle. And while today some consider it bad luck not to wear green on St. Patrick’s Day, this is an even more modern invention, so feel free to ignore it with your new-found superior knowledge.
As for St. Patrick’s Day’s legacy as a day-long feast and drinking holiday, this is also a relatively modern contrivance, spurred as much by Ireland’s tourism industry as the Irish in America. In fact, the first ever St. Patrick’s Day celebration in public happened in the United States, not Ireland, as did the first ever St. Patrick’s Day parade, in New York City. In Ireland itself, national law dictated that pubs close on this religious holiday, and until the 1970s, the only place to purchase a pint of Guinness on the day was at the horse races. But pushback from breweries and in particular Budweiser changed all that and in the decades since, St. Patrick’s Day has become a week-long festival in Ireland that draws attendees from around the world to experience its magic.
Our line of St. Patrick’s Day sweaters are inspired by the traditional Aran sweaters worn by the fishermen of the Aran Islands to protect them from the harsh Atlantic spray and winds while searching for the day’s catch. The beautiful knit patterns were originally a way to provide more texture and heft to the sweaters in order to let the cool air circulate throughout the yarn, while being warmed by the natural heat of the body. Today, they serve much the same purpose, and are made with the softest merino and lambs wool for additional comfort. Shop our entire collection today.
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