Neon is back? Believe it! What is old is new again. Fashion trends from 25 years ago are creeping their way back into the mainstream. This Spring we will be sprinkling our wardrobes with neon green or neon yellow tees. Our Anvil 3979 Neon shirts will take your boring wardrobe to the ‘party zone.’ We have seen this before. Ray Ban Aviator sunglasses are cool and hip again. So too are Sperry Top-Siders. I see people wearing Top-Siders who wouldn’t know where to find the bow of a boat. This is nothing new. Trends move thru cycles and neon is just one of them. I just hope we don’t see neon jeans or worse yet… MC Hammer pants. ICKY!
Order your custom St. Patrick’s Day shirts now! Make sure you show up to work or school in green to avoid being the designated pinch-ee on St. Patrick’s Day. Are you having a St. Patrick’s Day party or planning to go out with your crew for a pub crawl? Customize your group’s shirts here! You can start by editing one of our templates or start from scratch in our Design Studio. We have tons of great Irish, leprechaun and clover clip art for you to use!
St. Patrick’s Blue, not green, was the color long-associated with St. Patrick. Green, the colour most widely associated with Ireland, with Irish people, and with St. Patrick’s Day in modern times, may have gained its prominence through the phrase “the wearing of the green” meaning to wear a shamrock on one’s clothing. At many times in Irish history, to do so was seen as a sign of Irish nationalism or loyalty to the Roman Catholic faith. St. Patrick used the shamrock, a three-leaved plant, to explain the Holy Trinity to the pre-Christian Irish. The wearing of and display of shamrocks and shamrock-inspired designs have become a ubiquitous feature of the saint’s holiday. The change to Ireland’s association with green rather than blue probably began around the 1750s.
Here’s a few of our customer-created St. Patrick’s Day designs: