It’s almost time for St. Patrick’s Day and it’s the holiday that everyone loves to celebrate, whether they are Irish or not. It’s an excuse to party hard and have a good time with your friends. As a dancer at RI Dolls in Woonsocket, Rhode Island, you have an opportunity to make sure that your regular clients have a great time and maybe to make some new regulars, too. With some creative thinking, you’ll be able to put on a show that will have customers coming back for more the rest of the year.

Holidays are a great time to make some extra money if you put the effort into it. During holidays, people are looking to have fun. They want to be around people that are in a good mood and they will show their appreciation if you help to make their night great. That can be a very good thing for you.

The best place to start is with lots of green. Of course – what else on St. Patrick’s Day at a strip club? Green dye can go a long way. If you can find sexy white costumes at a good price, dye it green and you’ve automatically got a good start. You could also take an old outfit that you don’t wear much anymore and give it a fresh look.

Another option is green hair dye. It’s cheap and easy and you can get temporary colors so that you don’t have to live with green hair for long. It’s easy to apply and will wash out with little work. A green wig works well if you don’t want to be bothered with the hair dye.

Of course, if you are not the creative type and cringe at the thought of having to dye an item of clothing, there are plenty of green costumes out there already. Green bikinis, panties, skirts, and more are pretty easy to find. You can even get green pasties to add a special touch. Or better yet, how about green pasties in the shape of a 4 leaf clover? A green boa, a green tie, or green body jewelry can add a touch of the Irish luck to your costume.

You don’t have to go all green on St. Patrick’s Day though. Why not grab a simple man’s white shirt and pair it with some funky St. Patrick’s Day boxers? Dance to Old Time Rock ‘n’ Roll by Bob Seager and the Silver Bullet Band like Tom Cruise in Risky Business. Add a little green sparkly hairspray to your hair to add some oomph to a regular costume. Be a surfer girl with an itsy bitsy teenie weenie green polka dot bikini. A little bit of green can go a long way.

Of course, if you really want to stick with the St. Patrick’s Day theme there’s lots of accessories that you can use. How about:

  • A sparkly green leprechaun hat
  • Shamrock shaped sunglasses
  • A little pot of gold with chocolate coins
  • Printed panties with pots of gold or shamrocks on them
  • St. Patrick’s Day temporary tattoos
  • St. Patrick’s Day tattoo sleeves
  • Shamrock printed leg warmers
  • St. Patrick’s Day glow necklace or bracelet
  • Green body paint to paint your body with shamrocks
  • Fake green nails
  • Fake green eyelashes

Another thing you can do to make your St. Patrick’s Day performances special is choose some fun song selections. Get into the Irish theme with songs and base your performance around those. Look for popular Irish singers and groups like Sinead O’Connor, The Cranberries, The Waterboys, Think Lizzy, and The Pogues. What better way to celebrate this Irish holiday than by dancing to the tunes of some great Irish talent? Look for dance versions of your favorite Irish songs or ask the DJ if he can put together a remix version for some extra flair.

St. Patrick’s Day should be fun so make sure that you include great music and fun accessories in your dance routine and you’ll be sure to draw in a crowd. You’ll get better tips and everyone will have a great time.

Of course, you should remember to always treat your guests special but on St. Patrick’s Day everyone is out to have a good time.