With St. Patrick's Day at our doorstep, we’re glowing in green this week. Here at Willow, we want to put a spotlight on ways you can go green for the week.

From supporting your local coffee shops that make the best coffees to your favourite boutiques always keeping you stylish, we want to remind ourselves of the magic of shopping local and some green-spiration for the week.


Not only is green the colour of the week but certainly it’s been a colour that has been dominating this season's trends. Whether you love a bold and block green like our River Relaxed blazer or a lover of a print like our Vicky pants. There’s a shade of green out there to suit everyone.!

Vicky pants River relaxed blazer selected femme


Dreaming of...Summer days ahead. Whether it’s a staycation filled with scenic Irish views or a beach holiday booked for the summer months, I think it’s safe to say we’re all thinking of those warmer days ahead. From our Fran dress, ideal for those warmer days ahead or the Sophia bag, certainly a no-brainer buy (available in green, to keep within the this weeks theme!).

Fran Dress Sophia bag


When we think of ‘going green’ we sometimes think of shopping more sustainably and if you’re wondering where to start, why not a few of our sustainable staples like our Calvin Klein Relaxed organic cotton t-shirts to our WODEN runners which are made out of natural and recycled materials. The more you know!

Calvin Klein t-shirt Woden Runners


Keeping on the theme of green, we just wanted to show you some green gems that we’re loving this week. Our Garcia Zip Card Holder is small, discreet but still makes a fashionable statement in your bag. And if you're a sucker for a good notebook, look no further with our Noteia Notebook from Ted baker.

Ted Baker card holder

We hope you feel inspired to go green this week, whether it’s trying out more green’s in your wardrobe, supporting your local coffee shop or shopping a little bit more sustainably we hope we’ve inspired you to GO green this week!
Love Eva x
March 17, 2022 — Carragh Meaney

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