Best Places For St. Patrick’s Day Attire In Detroit

February 22, 2017 7:20 AM

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When it comes to dressing the part for St. Patrick’s Day, there are some cool ways to embrace your Irish roots or show your love for the holiday by dressing the part. Send a shout out to the Irish in a tee with a clover design, carouse the streets of Corktown in a shirt that reps the historically Irish neighborhood or sport a traditional “Kiss Me I’m Irish” number. Whatever style suits your mood, one of these clothing shops has just the look you’re going for this St. Patrick’s Day.
Pure Detroit
The Guardian Building
500 Griswold St.
Detroit, MI 48226
(313) 963-1440
www.puredetroit.com

Pure Detroit is the go-to spot for those who want to look the part on St. Patrick’s Day. Shirts, hats, and all the garb necessary to celebrate the luck o’ the Irish Detroit-style. Step through the doors of the iconic Guardian Building, and prepare to be awed; the building itself is a sight to behold. With an extensive selection of casual gear including hoodies, shirts, accessories and more, you’ll find just what you need to be stylin’ on the avenue as you hop from bar to bar.

Eastern Market
Sunday Street Market
2934 Russell St.
Detroit, MI 48207
(313) 833-9300
www.easternmarket.com

The “Sunday Street Market” at Eastern Market carries Kid Rock’s clothing line, Made In Detroit. Featuring edgy tees and products, St. Patrick’s Day is included in its seasonal lineup. Good old fashioned lucky green is re-imagined into contemporary designs. The in-your-face slogans pack a major punch, or opt for a more casual number, like the recognizable logo of a hard-working Detroiter getting his grind on. Grab a sleek kelly green track jacket, complete with a four-leaf clover. Be prepared when for the chill in a knit beanie cap, in green of course. Now get down to the real business at hand and hit the Irish pubs around town in your new kelly green Made in Detroit digs.

Related: Best Irish Bars In Detroit

Goods Detroit
15 E. Kirby, Suite 108
Detroit, MI 48202
(313) 703-7754
goodsdetroit.com

Check out the cool apparel available at Goods Detroit. At this independent shop, purchase a shirt for St. Patrick’s Day or select a design of your own creation. This space creates custom shirts, so customers can get virtually anything silkscreened onto a shirt or long-sleeved tee. Basically, whatever you want, they’ve got. Check out the unique slogans and designs on soft cotton shirts, made just for St. Paddy’s Day. You’ll definitely be the coolest one in the crowd at your St. Patrick’s Day bar crawl!

Detroit Threads
10238 Joseph Campau Ave.
Hamtramck, MI 48212
(313) 872-1777
www.facebook.com/Detroit-Threads

Hamtramck gem Detroit Threads is without a doubt the livest place to shop for St. Patrick’s Day attire. Explore the collection of clothing while a DJ spins tunes as you browse for a cool shirt. This clothing store is perfect for scoring a special piece of Irish gear that will tell everyone at the bar that you love being Irish or are totally down with St. Paddy’s Day. Now hit one of the chill dives or low-key watering holes around town.

The Detroit Mercantile Co.
3434 Russell St.
Detroit, MI 48207
(313) 831-9000
www.detroitmercantile.com

For a Detroit take on St. Patrick’s Day, get down to The Detroit Mercantile Co. and celebrate the holiday wearing a Corktown tee. The neighborhood known as Corktown, a historic Detroit neighborhood, originally populated by Irish immigrants, is currently the spot for drinking with friends on St. Patrick’s Day. There’s a cool collection of unique casual wear in lucky green that will definitely spread around the Irish spirit.

Related: Top Neighborhood Bars In Detroit: Corktown

After receiving a BA in Photography from Savannah College of Art & Design, Nicole Wrona began working with a diverse range of musicians. In addition, she is a freelance writer for numerous publications. Her work can be found at www.metalleaves.com and Examiner.com.

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