St. Patrick’s Day T-Shirts
Wear a bit of the Irish this year with St. Patrick’s Day t-shirts and apparel! Find funny, vintage Irish shirts and Saint Paddy’s Day tees right here, as well as shamrock themed shirts, four leaf clover tees, and even Irish sweatshirts. Click any design read details about that shirt or to get a closer look at the design.
Drinking T-Shirts, Funny Irish Shirts, and St. Patrick’s Day Apparel!
You don’t have to be Irish to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day, but you do have to be a wee bit Irish to wear some of these shirts! These Irish t-shirts were made just for those that have that green heritage running through their veins. On this page, expect to find some classic Irish tees, drinking t-shirts, and other fun apparel to stumble around and spill beer on.
The Five Things That Make a Great Irish Shirt:
St. Patrick’s Day is a day of the year that revolves around drinking, maybe secondly celebrating Irish heritage (remember, everyone is Irish on Saint Paddy’s Day!), and third, to have a good time while drinking and potentially hook up with someone. A great shirt will only enhance your cool factor, but you have to pick one that really will attract the men/women. To get started, let’s go over what a great shirt consists of:
It has to look Irish. If it doesn’t, it’s just another shirt. That means it has to have colors that instantly recognizable as Irish, be it green, yellow, gold, white, orange, or brown.
The design has to be top notch. If your shirt looks like junk, don’t expect people to pay much bother to you.
A funny shirt goes further than a serious one. Get some laughs out of people and stir the pot up a little bit with something a little controversial. Whatever it is, make sure it’s going to be something that’s funny for St. Patrick’s Day.
Make sure it fits right. Don’t buy too big or too small, so know your size! Ordering far in advance if ordering online can give you a little extra cushion on how much time you’ll have to return it if it’s too big or small.
The text or graphics have to be big enough to read. Small or too much text won’t grab people’s attention, so keep it brief and big.