St. Patrick's Day trees took off in 2020 as a new trend in festive decorations for Ireland's national holiday. It's tacky as heck and we're loving it.
When the pandemic struck in 2020, parades were canceled and St. Patrick's Day celebrations became something very different. St. Patrick's Day trees quickly became the latest trend surrounding Ireland's national holiday and there's more than a slight resemblance to Christmas trees.
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In fact, they are Christmas trees. They just have some St. Patrick's Day adjustments.
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The usual tinsel and baubles that you see at Christmas have given way to shamrocks and leprechauns and it makes for an amusing image.
The trend seemed to take hold last year when scores of people posted pictures of their new decoration on Instagram.
The idea seems to be similarly popular this year with people hoping that the tree will bring the luck of the Irish with it.
Failing that, it brightens up a room at least.
* Originally published in March 2020.