STEP ONE: Get a college degree in something business-y, and then a related job in business-land where you are required to dress at least "business casual".
STEP TWO: Be very good at your job and get promoted to a level where you are client-facing and doing sales and bringing in business and other important business-y things.
STEP THREE: Show up to work on St. Patrick's Day looking like this:
I love St. Patrick's Day. I don't do much to celebrate other than wear green (since I don't like Irish foods like corned beef), but I do enjoy showing my Irish Pride via my clothing and hair. With a name like Anne Fisher I might not sound like I have a lot of Irish in me, but you only have to go up one generation to my mom and her siblings (Michael, Kathleen, Colleen, and Maureen) to find the Irish names. And I have green eyes! That has to count for something.
But even with green hair (for the day), I hardly stand out in a city that does this to their river every March.
The normal shade of green isn't quite this bright.