WHAT TO WEAR: Greek Life

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This Fashionista wears her letters with pride and confidence on Suffolk’s charming Temple Street. She is perfectly prepared for mostly any Greek life event, in this case, tabling for her sorority’s spring recruitment at the campus’s bustling “Winter Involvement Fair.”

Photo by Alexa Boston, MA
Photo by Alexa
Boston, MA

The periwinkle shirt could not be more vibrant against its backdrop of cobblestone and a cold winter afternoon. Leggings are always a comfortable option for Greek events, when paired with bright letters (whether it’s a Greek Gear neon tank, T-shirt or sweatshirt showcasing your sorority’s letters) and a fun pair of boots. This Fashionista could have also worn her shirt with a pair of dark skinny jeans, Lilly Pulitzer sorority tote, colorful ballet flats and a white bow or headband to match her nautical letters.

If the Greek life event is themed, work it, be unique and have fun dressing up your letters. Whenever you are wearing sorority or fraternity letters, it is not just the trendy outfit that comes to mind. Along with the right ensemble, it is critical to be the absolute version of you that you can be, as you are representing the entire organization’s honorary values at work. This Fashionista, for example, wears her shirt with excitement and a warm smile, ready to make her best impression on new girls interested in the sorority.

One Simple Change: This Fashionista can easily switch up her look for a few different events. If she is going to a non-Greek outing, such as tailgating for a weekend football game for example, she can switch out her Theta Phi Alpha shirt for a comfortable, oversized Urban Outfitters flannel or football jersey in her team’s colors.

Photo by Alexa Boston, MA
Photo by Alexa
Boston, MA

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